1. Swimming Pool
One of the best and most unique things about Chase Field is the swimming pool inside the stadium. Located 415 feet from home plate in right-center field, the 35-person pool suite takes experiencing a baseball game to a whole different level.
2. Sonoran Hot Dog
Arizona fans love their bacon wrapped hot dogs, so getting one from the Red Hot Grill is a must while at Chase Field. Called the Sonoran, the hot dog is wrapped in mesquite-smoked bacon, covered in pico de gallo, ranch style beans, and a drizzle of mayo.
3. World Series Trophy
The field houses the 2001 World Series trophy, as well as a highlight reel of their 2001 game 7 win which is a fun and interesting memento to see while at Chase Field.
4. Legends Race
Similar to the Sausage Race in Milwaukee, the Legends Race provides fun between inning entertainment and is a great way to honor some of the best players in D-Backs history. Enjoy the Legends Race and watch past favorites Randy Johnson, Luis Gonzalez, Mark Grace, and and Matt Williams duke it out.
Stop by the Rotunda and see several tributes to the history of the state of Arizona as well as the D-Backs. The Rotunda houses the D-Backs World Series trophy as well as other memorabilia.
6. Field Tour
For 7$ a person ($3 for kids), you can take a guided tour and learn a lot about the field. Depending on when you go, it’s possible you’ll have a private tour with just you and your party. Many fans will say to take advantage of this tour as the field has a lot to offer.
7. Bat Sculpture
Check out the Chase Field bat sculpture outside the before entering the stadium. The sculpture presents a good photo op, which is a nice keepsake from your trip to Phoenix.
8. TGI Friday's
This Friday’s built directly in the stadium overlooking left field offers one of the most unique views in all of baseball. Tickets to sit at some of the tables in Front Row Friday’s are a little pricey, and come with a one hour time limit, but it is an experience worth having if you’re able to do so.
9. The Sandlot
If you’re bringing kids to the game then make sure to check out The Sandlot on the upper level. The Sandlot is home to a play structure, mini field, and batting cages making it the perfect place to take restless kids.
10. Retired Numbers
The D-Backs may be one of the newest franchises in baseball, but they’ve already put together a fairly impressive history winning the 2001 World Series and retiring not one but two numbers. Look for the retired numbers, which honor D-Backs legends Randy Johnson and Luis Gonzalez as well as baseball trailblazer Jackie Robinson.