Our next spring training stadium tour brings us to Scottsdale Stadium, home of the archrival Giants. It is located in old town Scottsdale, roughly 27 miles from Camelback Ranch:
Scottsdale Stadium for 21 years has been the spring home of the Giants, who have been in the city of Scottsdale since 1981 after a 29-year run in Phoenix. The Giants use dynamic ticket pricing for spring games, so prices are affected by market demand. The stadium has 12,000 capacity.
Here is a view from right field, complete with two people in Tom Seaver jerseys taking in the action:
Here is the right field grass seating area.
Beyond the right field corner is the Giants' practice field.
There is a party patio area in right field.
The narrow concourses can get crowded there is plenty of walking room.
There is a view of the left field scoreboard, though a bit blurry...
Here is a clearer picture, but slightly blocked by the wire and mesh beyond home plate.
In case you missed the lineups, there is a white board behind home plate that can fill you in.
There is also the Arizona Fall League Hall of Fame...
....and the AFL Most Valuable Player winners, honored with the Joe Black Award, named after the former Brooklyn Dodgers pitcher who was instrumental in getting the AFL started.
Here is view of the concourse area behind home plate:
If you are hungry, here is a standard concession booth...
...or perhaps you would like some refreshments.
Finally, a look at the boxes behind home plate: