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The Cactus League is back with Spring Training in Old Town Scottsdale. Come out to see your favorite players and prospects at Scottsdale Stadium, exclusive home of the San Francisco Giants.
Located in the heart of Old Town Scottsdale, this gem of a ballpark lets fans soak up the sun while checking out the amazing view of Camelback Mountain.
Bike, scoot, walk or ride-share for easy access to the stadium. If traveling by car, parking is free in Old Town and there is a complimentary trolley that stops at five of the city’s parking areas. The trolley service operates on home game days and starts 1.5 hours before the first pitch and ends 30 minutes after the last inning.
Don’t miss out on the Scottsdale Giant Race, presented by Alaska Airlines, taking place on Saturday, February 24. Join all of your fellow baseball fans on Opening Day of Spring Training at the historic Scottsdale Stadium. Participants can choose between 5K and 10K options and will receive a custom finisher’s medal, an official race t-shirt and a commemorative bib. And best of all, participants will receive a complimentary ticket to the Opening Day game against the Chicago Cubs following the conclusion of the race! Come cross the finish line on the field where the San Francisco Giants will begin their 2024 Spring Training season.
Celebrate Spring Training with a FREE Showing of the Sandlot
The 1993 baseball-themed comedy, The Sandlot, adds to the baseball fever happening around Old Town Scottsdale during Spring Training. Join us Saturday, March 9, and enjoy this fun movie and a night under the stars! Beginning at 6:30pm, food trucks offering light snacks and refreshments will be available. The movie will begin at 7:00pm and has a running time of 1 hour and 42 minutes. Parking in Old Town Scottsdale is free and available adjacent to the Civic Center. A list of all parking garages may be found on the City of Scottsdale’s website. This event is free and pre-registration is requested – register here.
Legends, All Stars and Rogues – The Rich Legacy of Scottsdale Spring Training
Arizona Baseball Legacy and Experience explores the legends, all stars and rogues of Scottsdale spring training at the Little Red Schoolhouse Museum. The exhibit takes visitors on a whimsical and thought-provoking journey through more than six decades of Scottsdale Stadium and the spring training teams that have called it home. Discover memorabilia, period uniforms, photos and stories of the past.
Complimentary receptions are scheduled for March 7 and March 13 featuring guest speaker, John Shea. The San Francisco Chronicle’s sportswriter is the author of five baseball books, including the New York Times bestseller with Willie Mays “24: Life Stories and Lessons from the Say Hey Kid” and Rickey Henderson’s autobiography, “Off Base: Confessions of a Thief.”
For exhibition details and reception information, visit Arizona Baseball Legacy and Experience.