Professional/Collegiate Sports Facilities

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​Maryvale Baseball Park

Maryvale Baseball Park

3600 N. 51st Ave.

Maryvale Baseball Park is the home for the Milwaukee Brewers Spring Training games. This award-winning Cactus League facility, nestled in the west side of Phoenix, is a state-of-the-art complex with ample parking and easy access.

The ballpark features a recessed playing field and shaded concourse, which provides an uninterrupted view of the action. The ballpark's 7,000 seats, plus lush outfield berm, assure an intimate baseball experience in a fan-friendly, relaxed setting.

In November of 2017, the Phoenix City Council voted in favor of a plan to renovate Maryvale Baseball Park, which has served as the Spring Training home of the Milwaukee Brewers since 1998. The plan keeps the Club in Maryvale through at least the year 2042, the second-longest commitment in the Cactus League.

The project will be completed by the start of 2019 Spring Training.


​Phoenix Municipal Stadium

Arizona Sun Devils

5999 E. Van Buren St.

Phoenix Municipal Stadium is a 7,800-seat stadium that is the new home of the Arizona State University Sun Devils baseball program.

The new facility offers higher capacity, improved amenities, and opportunities for better in-game experience for fans, alumni, former letter winners, student-athletes, media and employees.

The program's storied tradition is honored in a variety of ways, including increased signage and branding as well as creating a Legacy Walk that will feature permanent plaques for former head coaches and the foundation of the program, increased use of historical photos and video, and added emphasis on the programs strong ties with Major League Baseball, USA Baseball and the College World Series. 

Capital improvements included a state-of-the art video board, batting tunnel, and weight room, a redesigned clubhouse complete with a player's lounge, academic center and training room, creation of a grass berm and patio installations, and premium seating options.