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“Brewers Stadium”

Maryvale Baseball Stadium
Ranked #44 of 234 things to do in Phoenix
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Reviewed March 14, 2013

We loved this stadium! We were seated to the left behind home plate and were shaded the entire game. Delightful experience and the tickets were only $20 each. The food here was very good too. We were routed to gate B where there was only 1 ticket taker and 1 bag checker so needless to say we missed the very beginning of the first inning. The parking had the same problem 1 driveway in 1 driveway out so we parked in the neighborhood across the street for free. Please get more help!

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Reviewed March 14, 2013

I recently went to a game at Maryvale. This is the only spring training experience I have had so cannot compare it to others but I thought it was great. We arrived at the stadium aproximetly 3 hours before gametime. Upon arriving we hiked straight to the ticket window. Staff was friendly, lines went quick, and we got amazing seats for a great value. We then went back to our car to tailgate. I had read on TA how the tailgaiting was so fun etc. etc. Maybe we were there on an off day but the tailgaiting will never be confused with tailgaiting at any venue in Wisconsin. There were few people drinking or cooking in the parking lots but realizing it is what you make of it we walked around. I was amazed how close you could get the the players on the fields sorrounding the stadium. We walked around drinking beer (uncomfortably since we felt like we were the only ones) and watching the various drills taking place. The stadium is a beautiful venue inside. We took time to walk around the stadium and see how other seats looked compared to ours in Row 4 (D) next to the Brewers Dugout. Everywhere seemed to provide a great vantage point. Food and drinks were reasonably priced for a baseball game. Overall a great day chearing on our favorite bball team!

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Reviewed March 14, 2013

Be sure you arrive very early! Absolutely no traffic control on major streets leading to stadium. We were at a dead standstill for over 10 minutes, about 4 blocks from stadium. Gridlock at Old School and 51st with cars cutting through parking lots to get closer, intersection clogged with cars "caught" by light. Took us 45 mins. to go 5 blocks!!! Saw three or four Police Units (2 to a car) parked around the stadium doing absolutely nothing!!!

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Reviewed March 4, 2013

This is where the Brewers do their spring training. There is a lot of parking, but there is a fee of $6. It is easy to get in and out of.

Tickets to spring training start at $8 and up. The $8 tickets gets you the grass seating in the outfield. This is an affordable option for families with kids because once inside you can walk around the whole park and there are several tables and chairs you can still sit at in the outfield. Tickets for bench seating starts at $12.

Players and coaches give a lot of autographs here. Most ball players interact with fans along the foul lines stands. Good for the players, they are making memories for the kids, and making the kids MLB fans for life. How some of the players have forgotten what it is like to be a kid in the stands with a dream of playing baseball when they grow up. I have seen many players here spend a few genuine moments with a kid signing a baseball.

The ballpark has 4 concession stands, many restrooms, and even fan zones where you can buy shirts, hats, and other stuff.

Arrive early and stand in the grass outside of the wall to catch "home run" balls during batting practice.

BRING SUNSCREEN AND A HAT!

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Reviewed February 24, 2013

We loved the atmosphere here. We were able to get tickets behind the Brewer dugout. That gave us a great opportunity to take pictures of our favorite players. No matter where you sit, you are close to the game and players. Autograph seekers and baseball souvenir hunters will have a better chance of success here than at Miller Park or other major league stadiums. I had a chicken sandwich there that was one of the best ever! Go Brewers!

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