Most Unique Concessions Item: The Bratcho offers a divinely unique blend of nachos and a bratwurst that is sure to offer a flavorful experience for guests.
Best Known Ballpark Amenity: A family favorite, the lawn seating is intimate, sunny and offers a great view of the game and place to spread out and relax.
Most Distinguishable Stadium Feature: The marquee in front of Gate A is a staple photo opportunity for Brewers fans with its banner distinguishing Maryvale Baseball Park as the spring training home of the Milwaukee Brewers.
Best Ballpark Game Tradition: In the middle of the sixth inning, the reknowned Klement's Sausage Race takes place. The five racing sausages run from the right field corner to home plate in a battle for sausage supremacy.
Most Interesting Stadium Tidbit: 95% of fans enter through Gate A. So, to avoid long lines, go to the concession stands near home plate or on the third base line as Gate A is along the first base line.
Autographs: Fans are able to get autographs down the right field line as both visiting and home teams go through the tunnel in foul territory in right field.
Parking: Parking is at 51st Avenue and Whitton. Take 51st Avenue south past Indian School Road and the parking lot is on the west side of 51st Avenue. Parking is only $5.
Concessions: Klement's bratwursts highlight a menu that is sure to please Milwaukee visitors as well as give the locals a taste of Wisconsin. One of the best places to get food is the grill located on the concourse behind home plate.
Tickets: Tickets can be purchased online through brewers.com or by calling 1-800-933-7890.
Gates: Gates open one and a half hours prior to game time. Fans are allowed to bring in plastic factory-sealed water as well as food in quart-sized bags.
The Milwaukee Brewers have spent every spring training in Arizona, including when the team was the Seattle Pilots. In 1969, they trained in Tempe, an arrangement which lasted through 1972. This was followed by a move to Sun City from 1973 to 1985, Chandler from 1986 to 1997 and then to Phoenix's Maryvale Baseball Park in 1998.