Salt River Fields is located within and owned by the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community and is the first MLB spring training facility built on Native American land. The ballpark is shared by NL West rivals – the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Colorado Rockies.
With 11,000 seats, Salt River Fields is one of the Cactus League’s tougher tickets; the Diamondbacks averaged 10,379 in 2018, trailing only the Chicago Cubs in that category.
Fans can fill up on the Talking Stick Mega Dog, which features a half-pound, foot-long hot dog topped with pork and mac-n-cheese.
– Andrew Bagnato, Bagnato Pflipsen Communications