At Reds spring training games, you’ll have the chance to get an autograph from your favorite player up until the start of the national anthem. Reds players typically sign for fans down the left-field line, so get a spot along the left-field line to secure your favorite Reds player’s autograph.
2. The Ziz
Check out The Ziz by Donald Lipski outside the ballpark. The 60 ft 6 in sculpture is the exact height of the length between home plate and the pitcher’s mound and is a can’t-miss part of attending a Reds spring training game. Get a picture of The Ziz before entering the ballpark to watch the Reds.
3. Kids Zone
If you’re taking the kids to the game, then stop by the Kids Zone on the first base concourse. Here you’ll find inflatables and a whiffle ball field, which provide plenty of entertainment for young fans.
4. Cactus League History
Learn more about the history of the Cactus League by taking some time to view the Cactus League history display. The exhibit is located next to the elevator tower and is a must-see for any baseball fan.
5. Team Shops
Pick up some Reds or Indians gear at one of the four team shops at Goodyear Ballpark. The largest shop is located near the Home Plate Entrance with smaller shops at the First Base, Third Base, and Outfield Entrances.
6. Right Field Pavilion
The Right Field Pavilion is perfect for hosting large group events at Goodyear Ballpark. It accommodates up to 300 guests while also featuring general seating, a picnic style atmosphere, food, and more.
7. Reds Practices
The Cincinnati Reds practice facility is located within walking distance of Goodyear Ballpark at 3125 S. Wood Blvd. Practice opens at 9:15 on game days and the team practices from 9:30 to 12:30 typically, so get here early to watch the Reds practice before the game.
8. Party Patio
The Party Patio is located under the left field scoreboard and is a great place to enjoy a game with 49 of your closest friends. You’ll also receive food and non-alcoholic beverages when reserving the Party Patio.
The Terrace features incredible views from behind home plate as well as open seating, food, non-alcoholic drinks, and private restrooms. Book the Terrace for your group of 40 to 90 today.
The suites offer you the ability to enjoy a spring training game in-style. When renting a suite, you’ll receive an incredible view of the field, a buffet, four parking passes, and an HDTV.