Most Unique Concessions Item:
Brisket and pulled pork sandwiches straight from the smoker is a fan favorite.
Best Known Ballpark Amenity:
Large selection of specialty beers including San Francisco's own Anchor Steam.
Most Distinguishable Stadium Feature:
Picturesque views of Camelback and the McDowell Mountains.
Best Ballpark Game Tradition:
Kids get to run the bases and seniors get to stroll the bases after every 1:05 p.m. game.
Most Interesting Stadium Tidbit:
The stadium is open on non-game days for fans to come in and watch the team practice.
The best location to score an autograph is down the 1st base line of the stadium.
There is very limited parking, but free public garages can be found off Second Street at both Drinkwater Boulevard and Brown Avenue, Third Street and Craftsman Court and the Scottsdale Artists' School lot at Second Street and Marshall Way.
There are many interesting options to choose from including gluten-free Island Slaw, smoked brisket & pulled pork, street tacos, Island Noodles and traditional ballpark favorites.
Tickets can be purchased online at sfgiants.com, 877-SFGTIX (877-473-4849), at the Scottsdale Stadium ticket office at Gate B, AT&T Park ticket office and all Giants' Dugout Store locations.
There are bag checks and walk-through metal detectors at all gates. No weapons of any kind, including knives will be allowed into the stadium. Outside food is permitted, but only soft-sided coolers are allowed. Only factory-sealed water bottles, up to 32 oz. per person, is allowed. Lawn chairs are not permitted.
The San Francisco Giants have a rich Arizona history when it comes to spring training. The club began preparing for their regular seasons in Phoenix starting in 1947 and stayed there until 1983 except for a one-year hiatus to Florida in 1951. In 1984, the Giants moved to Scottsdale, which has been their home spring training city ever since.
The Scottsdale Charros
works closely with a number of organizations which share their passion to strengthen communities and build a better future for children. They have collaborated with multiple entities to provide educational programming, support and opportunity for the community.