Once you’ve entered the ballpark at Camelback Ranch, you’ll be in store for a fun afternoon or evening of White Sox baseball. Spring training is the perfect time to see future Sox stars before they hit it big, making every game at Camelback Ranch a memorable experience for Sox fans.
Fans will also love the opportunity to get an autograph from their favorite players before the game. It’s easy to get an autograph inside the stadium as the players sign stuff up until 20 minutes before the game. Enter the ballpark early to allow for the most amount of time for you to catch your favorite players before the game and get an autograph.
You’ll also meet lots of die-hard Sox fans in the stands when attending a White Sox spring training game at Camelback Ranch. The fans here live and die with the team and love to talk about the team with everyone they meet. Don’t hesitate to start up a conversation with the people around you as just about everyone here is a huge Sox fan.
Finally, around the ballpark, you’ll find several tributes to past Sox greats including the retired numbers behind the bullpen. The numbers celebrate the careers of legends such as Luke Appling, Frank Thomas, and Minnie Minoso, so don’t miss them during your trip to Glendale.
A White Sox spring training game is a fantastic experience for anyone who loves the Sox, so get plan your trip to Camelback Ranch today.
Things to check out
Camelback Ranch is one of the most autograph friendly spring training facilities making it the perfect place to get a signature from your favorite Sox player. When in the ballpark, line up along the wall down the outfield line for your best chance to secure a few autographs. You’ll also want to arrive early and head to the practice fields too as that’s where you’ll be able to get the most autographs before the game. You can typically catch both the White Sox and Dodgers players between practice fields 1 and 2.Watch video
Check out the retired numbers at Camelback, which can be found on the wall of the White Sox and Dodgers bullpens. The retired numbers celebrate the careers of the best players in both franchises’ histories and are must-sees.
If you want to buy some White Sox gear at Camelback Ranch, then head on over to one of the two Clubhouse Stores inside the ballpark. The larger of the two stores is located in center field, although you’ll find lots of merchandise at both shops.
All You Can Eat Patio
Those of you who like to eat will want to reserve a spot in the All You Can Eat Patio. The patio is located in left field and features all-you-can-eat food.