Stadium Phone Number:
7408 E. Osborn Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
(Northeast corner of Osborn and Drinkwater Blvd, 2 blocks East of Scottsdale Road)
Scottsdale Stadium, located in the middle of scenic downtown Scottsdale and a short walk from a wide selection of restaurants, clubs, shops and galleries, is home to some of Scottsdale's most celebrated occasions including the Spring Training home of the San Francisco Giants, the Arizona Fall League, and a series of year-round meetings, festivals and events.
Stadium operated by:
City of Scottsdale
Year stadium opened:
Original stadium was built in 1956; the new stadium was constructed on the same site in 1991 and opened for the 1992 Cactus League season.
Year of most recent renovation:
Year team moved to facility:
Home of the San Francisco Giants since 1982.
The original stadium served as the former Cactus League home of the Baltimore Orioles, Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs, and Oakland A's.
San Francisco Giants Ticket Info
Check back in December for 2016 season information
San Francisco Giants 2016 Game Schedule
Game schedule due to be released late November.
San Francisco Giants Photo Gallery
San Francisco Giants Notable Facts
Affiliated Non-profit Volunteer Organization
and the Scottsdale Healthcare Auxiliary
Charities supported by the Charros:
Over $500,000 in charitable contributions made for the 04/05 fiscal year.
Date of record ticket sales and team played:
Our record attendance was set last year 3/19/11 against the Kansas City Royals with 12,216 fans. Thank you.
Name of team mascot:
Number of practice fields:
1 full and 1 half practice field at the Stadium and 4 full and 1 half practice field at Indian School Park.
Most unique concession stand item:
Island Wok Noodles
The Mayor of Scottsdale throws out the first pitch on opening day each season.
Other notable facts:
The San Francisco Giants have agreed to play at the stadium for an additional 20 years, through 2025, with an option to extend the lease to 2035. Scottsdale Stadium is consistently one of the top attended venues in Arizona's Cactus League.
There are over 200 trees located on the 11 acres of the stadium property.
Scottsdale offers trolley service to ballgames from several downtown Scottsdale Locations.