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Spring Training Stadium Tours

An inside look at stadiums from around the Cactus League in Arizona.

HoHoKam Park

A first-time view of HoHoKam Park in Mesa, home of the Cubs since 1979 and the farthest east of all Cactus League stadiums.

Scottsdale Stadium

Home of the rival Giants. It is located in old town Scottsdale, roughly 27 miles from Camelback Ranch.

Maryvale Baseball Park

The home of the Milwaukee Brewers is in the subset of northern Phoenix known as Maryvale, and had been since 1998. Maryvale is the closest Cactus League stadium to Camelback Ranch at just eight miles away.

Goodyear Ballpark

Spring home of the Reds and Indians. Of the 10 Cactus League stadiums, Goodyear is the farthest west, slightly edging Surprise Stadium. Goodyear is also the second furthest south, and roughly 13 miles from Camelback Ranch.

Tempe Diablo Stadium

Home of the Angels. Of all the Cactus League ballparks, Diablo Stadium is the furthest south, roughly 26 miles from Camelback Ranch.

Peoria Sports Complex

Home of both the Seattle Mariners and San Diego Padres, roughly 12 miles from Camelback Ranch.

Surprise Stadium

Home of the Rangers and Royals. Of the 10 Cactus League stadiums, Surprise is the most northwest of them all, roughly 14 miles from Dodgers camp.

Phoenix Municipal Stadium

Home of the Oakland Athletics, located in the eastern part of Phoenix, just south of Scottsdale and north of Tempe. The stadium is about 25 miles from Camelback Ranch.

My (2009) visit to Camelback Ranch

Eric Stephen's inaugural trip to Camelback Ranch, the new spring training facility for the Dodgers.