Most Unique Concessions Item:
Step right up to the plate for a full count of delicious batting helmet nachos!
Best Known Ballpark Amenity:
The stunning grand entrance in front of the stadium is a well-known sight to behold.
Most Distinguishable Stadium Feature:
The iconic butte beyond left field of the stadium defines the spring training scene in Tempe.
Best Ballpark Game Tradition:
Watch players walk across the west parking lot to the practice fields and score an autograph or two!
Most Interesting Stadium Tidbit:
Tempe Diablo Stadium is the oldest and smallest spring training facility in the Cactus League.
The west parking lot and the practice fields are open to the public for practices as well as home and away games. When gates open for home games, go down to the 3rd base line to stake a spot.
Get here early, parking lots fill up quickly! There are lots east and west of the stadium, plus additional parking at the soccer fields west of the stadium.
There are multiple stands down the left field and right field patios full of options for domestic and craft beers as well as traditional ballpark fare, ice cream, Mexican food and barbecue!
Fans can buy tickets right at the bottom of the grand entrance. For the best ticket prices, be sure to purchase early!
Fans should use either the main gate at the top of the grand entrance or the south gate when entering the stadium.
The Los Angeles Angels began play in 1961 and their first spring training home was in Palm Springs. The club would split time during some springs with other cities, including Casa Grande in Arizona in 1982 and 1983 before settling into Tempe Diablo Stadium full time in 1992.
The Tempe Diablos
support the City of Tempe and the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim by providing and managing over 100 volunteers during the spring training season. Their efforts benefit youth, education and the Tempe community.