Most Unique Concessions Item: The taquito dog is a foot-long hot dog wrapped in a flour tortilla loaded with cheese, deep-fried and topped with queso, guacamole and pico de gallo.
Best Known Ballpark Amenity: The free Kids Zone, which includes baseball-themed inflatable activities, a kid-sized wiffle ball field and tons of grass to run and play on.
Most Distinguishable Stadium Feature: The statue of "The Ziz" in the Home Plate Plaza.
Best Ballpark Game Tradition: Kids can run the bases after the game every Sunday!
Most Interesting Stadium Tidbit: The name for the Hangar 46 concession stand, located behind the center field wall, came from the facility's backdrop of the Phoenix-Goodyear airport and the year the City of Goodyear was incorporated.
Autographs: Fans can grab autographs at the teams' practice fields during morning workouts or down the first and third baselines 15 to 20 minutes prior to game time.
Parking: There are several parking lots surrounding the ballpark with courtesy shuttles for convenience. To avoid traffic, use Bullard Avenue when coming from I-10.
Concessions: For some Ohio flavor, try a Bertman Ball Park mustard or a Cleveland Polish Boy.
Tickets: Purchase online through Indians.com/spring to avoid lines on game day. Take advantage of the Military Appreciation offer for active duty and retired military as well as Guard/Reserve members, which includes one free ticket in Outfield Box, Outfield Reserved or Berm seating and up to four more at the group rate (at the ballpark ticket office only).
Gates: Fans may bring in food as long as it fits in a quart-sized plastic bag. Factory-sealed, single-serving snack items and factory-sealed bottles of water, unopened, may also be brought in. Lawn chairs are not permitted.
The Cleveland Indians' early 20th century spring trainings were spent in a multitude of states, including Florida for a prolonged run from 1993 to 2008. Previous to that, the Indians trained in Tucson from 1947 until 1992. In 2009, the club returned to Arizona to open Goodyear Ballpark and were joined by the Cincinnati Reds a year later.