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Arizona Cactus League

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Arizona Cactus League

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dorecopilot wrote a review Mar 2020
Sheffield31 contributions26 helpful votes
Uniquely American sports experience. Very much a family day out in the sunshine. No sign of any fan aggression at the game we went to. Very low key atmosphere because it is a pretty-season training league, but we still saw great players knocking the ball out of the ground, and some amazing catches and fielding. Be warned tickets are cheap but food and drink is not. $12 for a can of beer $13 for a hot dog!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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vpvalencia wrote a review Mar 2020
Santa Clarita, California56 contributions72 helpful votes
The Cactus League is the West Coast Spring Training Camp for MLB. Within in 30 minutes you have access to approximately 15 teams. The ballparks are family friendly and gives you a chance to buy great seats at affordable prices. Ballpark food and team gear is sold onsite. What you should know. 1. It's hot, wear sunscreen and a hat 2. You will unlikely see all the stars as teams have split teams and players tend to play only a few innings. 3. Plan on walking ... I've been told that if you visit the stadium facilities on practice days you will see inner team play and have access to watching your team working out or batting practice for free. We missed this part.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Angelo A wrote a review Mar 2019
Burlingame63 contributions12 helpful votes
The Cactus League in Phoenix is a baseball fans dream come true, you can go to many different baseball field or teams and watch games in the afternoon or evening. If you are a sport fan you can also see the Suns or Coyotes games in the Phoenix area. Lots of fun going to baseball games and tickets prices are reasonable. Will be going again in the near future.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Stephanie P wrote a review Mar 2019
Lincolnshire, Illinois273 contributions93 helpful votes
This was our first time attending spring training and we had a blast. This trip we were able to check out Sloan Park, Camelback Ranch, and Hohokam Stadium. We really enjoyed the atmosphere of the spring training games. They are low-key and relaxed. We found it very easy to get around the Phoenix area and found plenty of activities to fill our time when not at the ballparks.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Tara K wrote a review Apr 2018
Cleburne, Texas603 contributions117 helpful votes
We were thrilled to visit the Phoenix area for a March week during spring training this year. With 10 ball parks housing 14 MLB teams (including our fav, Texas Rangers), it was funl to see other tourist/fans supporting their teams in their caps and shirts. The city recognizes this influx of visitors, too, from signs at the airport to resource materials available at local hotels. If you are a die-hard sports enthusiast, you could easily make all 10 ball parks in just a few days with a little planning. There's nothing like the opportunity to see your sports heroes in a much more "up close and person" way than to head to the Arizona Cactus League!
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Date of experience: March 2018
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