Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field
Three years after becoming a Major League Baseball expansion team in 1998, the Arizona Diamondbacks defeated the New York Yankees in the World Series. Home games are played at Chase Field where you'll find a retractable roof for those hot summer days and a swimming pool. The Diamondbacks are one of two major sports teams (the NBA Phoenix Suns are the other) within close proximity of Crowne Plaza Phoenix Airport, which is just a 15-minute ride to the ballpark via public transportation. Bring your bathing suit with you to Chase Field, as it even has a pool just 415 feet from home plate! There's also a hot tub—just make sure to keep your eyes open for a home-run ball.
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Events & Activities
- International Soccer Matches
- Professional Bull Riders Built Ford Tough Series
- Post-Game Concerts
- AMA Supercross & Monster Jam Series
- Baseball Games
- D-Backs Team Store
Can I Take A Tour Of Chase Field?
Tours are available both for individuals and groups of 25 or more. The 75-minute walking tour is available throughout the year except when there are day games, special events, and major holidays. Primarily, it's a behind-the-scenes tour and does not include going onto the playing field. Buying tickets in advance is advisable at http://mlb.mlb.com/ari/ballpark/tours/index.jsp.
What Kind Of Food Is Available For Purchase At Chase Field?
You won't go hungry attending an Arizona Diamondbacks game. There are plenty of concession stands featuring typical ballpark items, such as hot dogs, hamburgers, peanuts, and pretzels. Sit down restaurants are also in abundance as are beer carts, dessert carts, and even a gluten-free stand. Food may be brought in with you to Arizona Diamondbacks games but it must be in a clear plastic grocery-type bag. As for drinks, you can only bring regular water in sealed plastic bottles or single-serve juice boxes. No metal or glass containers are permitted.