Most Unique Concessions Item:
The Sonoran Hot Dog is a quarter-pound hot dog wrapped in hickory-smoked bacon and slow-cooked on the grill. Served on a freshly-baked bun and topped with pico de gallo, pinto ranch beans, and a drizzle of mayo. Also, the Talking Stick Mega Dog features a half-pound, foot-long hot dog topped with slow-smoked pulled pork and their new Southwest Mac-n-Cheese, which is a blend of cheddar, jack, and gouda cheese folded into cavatappi pasta and blended with green chiles.
Best Known Ballpark Amenity:
The Cold Stone Kids Fun Field is a family-focused destination where kids can take whiffle ball batting practice and run the bases just like big leaguers.
Most Distinguishable Stadium Feature:
A uniquely designed roof that mimics the traditional Native American ramada.
Best Ballpark Game Tradition:
Kids can run the bases after the game every Sunday!
Most Interesting Stadium Tidbit:
Salt River Fields is the first LEED Gold-certified sports venue of its kind in the United States.
Guests are permitted to seek autographs from players along the railing between sections 101-104 and 120-123 up to 40 minutes prior to game time, or until the end of batting practice, whichever comes first.
There are over 4,000 parking spaces on-site at Salt River Fields. Day of game parking is available in all lots for $5.00. Salt River Fields parking lots will open on game days at 9 am. In addition, Hybrid Parking Spots are available around the complex, courtesy of APS.
Check out Streets of New York Pizza or the Salty Senorita Taco Bar down the right field line.
Purchase online through Dbacks.com or Rockies.com to avoid lines on game day. The Centerfield Ticket Office opens at 10 AM daily during spring training with all other ticket fffices opening at 11 AM.
There are four designated gates at Salt River Fields: Home Plate Gate, Centerfield Gate, D-backs Gate (left field line), and the Rockies Gate (right field line).
The Arizona Diamondbacks have always spent spring in their home state. They trained in Tucson from inception in 1998 through 2010. In 2011, the Diamondbacks moved to Salt River Fields at Talking Stick along with the Colorado Rockies to take up residence at the first spring training facility built on Native American land.