Inside the ballpark, you can typically get autographs from the players by hanging out down the outfield lines. Visiting team players tend to be found down the left field line between the dugout and grandstand, while the Angels players are located down the right-field line. You can also catch Angels players between the practice field and the stadium after batting practice. For a 1:05 game time, try and be in the area between the practice field and stadium between 11:15 and 11:30 to get the most autographs possible.
Take a minute to look at the pennants hanging from the press box’s facade to remember your favorite moments in Angels history. The pennants celebrate the Angels wild card championships and division championships as well as the club’s 2002 World Series title.
3. Tempe’s Twin Buttes
Tempe Diablo Stadium is bordered by one of Tempe’s Twin Buttes, so make sure to catch a glimpse of it before or during the game. The butte gives the ballpark a unique look and feel, and it’s a can’t-miss part of attending a game here in Tempe.
4. Angels Practices
The Angels practice fields are next to the stadium, and practices begin between 9:30 and 10:00 am. The team takes their batting practice before the game on Field #1, which can be seen from the parking lot behind left field.
5. Angels Team Shop
Stop by the Angels Team Shop near first base to buy a souvenir from your trip to spring training. The Angels Team Shop sells a variety of team merchandise including t-shirts, jerseys, baseball caps, and more.
6. Picnic Area
The Tempe Diablo Stadium Picnic Area is a great place to have a snack or grab a drink. The area in sections 19 and 20 offers picnic tables and concessions, so stop by and enjoy a snack.
7. Angels Signage
Take in all the Angels signage around the outside of the ballpark. The signs do a great job of letting you know who the home team is and help make the ballpark much more photogenic for Angels fans looking to grab a few selfies outside the park.