Most Unique Concessions Item:
Ike's Love & Sandwiches are a true taste of the Bay! Hohokam Stadium is the only ballpark with an Ike's location inside serving sandwiches fresh out of the oven on signature Dutch Crunch bread.
Best Known Ballpark Amenity: The A's take batting practice in the stadium every game whereas most teams in the Cactus League only hit on the practice fields. Get to the ballpark early, catch a home run and grab some autographs!
Most Distinguishable Stadium Feature:
Hohokam Stadium set the new benchmark in 2015, building what was then the largest and still is one of the largest high definition scoreboards in the Cactus League.
Best Ballpark Game Tradition:
Don't miss the speed pitch daily competition presented by Baseballism! Compete in a number of age categories to show off your arm at the game. Winners will be announced and shown on the scoreboard and will receive Baseballism custom swag only available to those who have the best arm!
Most Interesting Stadium Tidbit:
The A's opened the original Hohokam in 1977 and played there for only two springs. Almost 40 years later, the A's returned to Mesa to open the current rendition of Hohokam Stadium.
Since the A's take batting practice in the stadium, a good bet is to get to the park early, watch batting practice and request autographs as they are finishing. You may also catch a couple home runs!
Hohokam Stadium has parking adjacent to the field, but it will fill up quickly. We recommend arriving early and enjoying the ballpark amenities to avoid traffic.
Ever wish you had a mustache like A's legend Rollie Fingers? Get a costume and a meal in one from Mustache Pretzels in the right field corner of the stadium. Remember, great mustaches aren born, they're bread.
Visit Athletics.com/spring for the most up-to-date ticket information. On game day, avoid the lines at the ticket office by using our ticket kiosks for best available tickets without any fees.
The gates open two hours prior to first pitch. Be sure to visit athletics.com/spring prior to your visit to see prohibited items.
The Oakland Athletics spent spring training in the southeast region of the United States for many years before moving to Arizona. The A's trained in Mesa from 1969 through 1978, then moved to Scottsdale through 1983. In 1984, the club used Phoenix Municipal Stadium before occupying renovated Hohokam Stadium starting in 2015.
The Mesa Hohokams
are a group of civic volunteers dedicated to raising funds for local charities and youth sports programs. The Hohokams host spring training for the Oakland Athletics at Hohokam Stadium in Mesa and for the Chicago Cubs at Sloan Park.