Downtown Phoenix's hottest sports fixture is this immense masterpiece of engineering. Home to the Arizona Diamondbacks, the ... More
Downtown Phoenix's hottest sports fixture is this immense masterpiece of engineering. Home to the Arizona Diamondbacks, the facility seats more than 49,000 guests. It features a retractable roof that exposes the natural turf to sunlight. During the intense heat of the summers here, this air-conditioned ballpark cools down the heated competition. Other highlights of the building include a 385 square-foot pool and spa that can be reserved for private parties. Year-round tours are available and last a little more than an hour. The venue is open from Monday to Saturday.
It looks like a big barn from the outside. This is not a criticism, but it's just what I thought. I and three relatives paid $5.00 to park just east of the stadium and we four purchased tickets for the grand total of $4.00! Like The Who said, "Now, that's a bargain!" Although, with all the black, Chase Field seems gloomy, it's hardly an issue. It's awsome, really. I walked all around and loved it. The air-conditioned relief from the heat is good, and the concession prices seem reasonable. I found Chase Field to be top of the line and spotless. It's a great place to catch a game. If this ballpark has any meaningful negatives, I'm not aware of them.
Staff and (most) fans were very friendly, wide variety of food to choose from. Did not like having to wait until the play ended to be able to return to my seat. I could understand if it was in view of the batter, but when you're on the top level between home plate and first, I don't believe taking your seat is going to bother anyone. Yes the park is cooled but still hot when the outside temp is 115, was uncomfortable both games. The worst sound system I've heard, or should I say "couldn't hear". The park is the 2nd best I've been to, I have to disagree with the rating of, "best in north america", I would give that honor to Miller Park in Milwaukee, WI. Home of the Milwaukee Brewers, they may not have as many food choices but the fan's, staff, the building itself and the feeling you get just looking onto the field, to me That is what baseball is all about - That feeling of "WOW!" Yes I would visit again but think I would try a lower level, maybe then I could make out what is being said on the pa.
Neatest ball park in North America. Great view of the field from all seats... Even a swimming pool in Right Field. No better place to be than game 7 of the World Series and see you home team beat the New York Yankees...... I was there.... Rocking Place.
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