Arizona Diamondbacks/Colorado Rockies - Scottsdale, AZ
Access to players is never an issue in Arizona — Photo courtesy of Cactus League
Amazing mountain views highlight Salt River Fields, a park that both the Diamondbacks and Rockies share for spring training. Grab tacos and a margarita - perfect companions that help amplify the baseball experience.
Chicago Cubs - Mesa, AZ
Cubs Park is the brand new spring home for Chicago Cubs baseball. Just having opened its gates in 2014, the park's design borrows much from Wrigley. Be sure to check out the food trucks in right field.
Chicago White Sox/Los Angeles Dodgers - Phoenix, AZ
Camelback Ranch-Glendale is the park where the pale hose and Dodgers call home in February/March. The park might be the nicest in Arizona, with walking trails, a fishing pond and a citrus grove surrounding the playing areas. For high-rollers, be sure to look into the luxury suites.
Cincinnati Reds/Cleveland Indians - Goodyear, AZ
An Indians batter delights the home crowd with a rip — Photo courtesy of Cactus League
Goodyear Ballpark is where both the Reds and Indians play their spring games. The field features a 360 degree concourse, with only lower level seating and plenty of seats in the shade.
Los Angeles Angels - Tempe, AZ
Tempe Diablo Stadium hosts the Angels - a few short minutes from Phoenix International Airport. The stadium is easy on parking, but a little short on seats. Be sure to bring a seating pad or blanket for lawn seating.
Milwaukee Brewers - Phoenix, AZ
Maryvale Baseball Park is where to go to see the Brewers warm up for the regular season. Relatively inexpensive ticket and beer prices are the highlights here. Also, check the practice fields pregame for a chance to mingle with your favorite Brew Crew player.
Oakland Athletics - Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix Municipal Park is where the Athletics play, with great views overlooking Papago Park. There are plenty of shaded seats, and inexpensive parking. The stadium itself is no fills, with the baseball action driving the entertainment.
San Diego Padres/Seattle Mariners - Peoria, AZ
The west coast Padres and Mariners play their spring games at the Peoria Sports Complex. The joint has the lowest priced lawn tickets in the game, zaniest promotions (great for families) and a multitude of food and drink offerings.
San Francisco Giants - Scottsdale, AZ
The Giants head down to Scottsdale Stadium for spring ball. The park is nice in that it's a short stroll to downtown Scottsdale, where many food and entertainment options await fans for pre- and post-game activities.
Texas Rangers/Kansas City Royals - Surprise, AZ
Families enjoy the lawn seats at Surprise Stadium — Photo courtesy of Cactus League
Surprise Stadium opened in 2003 and houses both the Royals and Rangers during the spring months. You can get really close to the action here, and players have been known to accommodate fans exceptionally well. Be sure to check out Uncle Jimmy's for cheese steaks in left field.