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Giants fans won’t want to miss out on taking in a spring training game at Scottsdale Stadium. Die-hard Giants and baseball fans will have an excellent time watching the action on the field, while more casual fans will enjoy the beautiful Arizona weather as well as all the extras found around the stadiums.

One of the musts of attending a Giants spring training game is getting the autograph of your favorite player. The Giants sign autographs in Section 118 before the game, and if you can’t make it there for some reason, you can also catch them as they make their way from the clubhouse to the parking lot near Gate B.

Baseball fans will also want to take some time to view the two Hall of Fames located inside the ballpark. The Arizona Fall League Hall of Fame is a can’t-miss for baseball fans as it celebrates some of the best to have ever laced them up in the history of the game. Sports fans will also love the local flavor the Scottsdale Sports Hall of Fame provides as it honors the best athletes to come from the area.

Even if you aren’t a big baseball fan, you’ll still enjoy the gorgeous weather as well as the incredible view of the Camelback and McDowell Mountains. Both make for a pleasant experience and help create an enjoyable atmosphere at the ballpark.

If you love the Giants, baseball, and beautiful warm weather, then a trip to Scottsdale Stadium for a Giants spring training is a must for you. Get your tickets today and take part in the fun this season.

Things to check out


If you want to get an autograph from your favorite Giant before the game, then Section 118 is the place to be. The Giants players do the majority of their signing here before the game. Those of you looking for autographs from the opposing team will want to put yourself down the left field line. Additionally, you can get a few signatures by waiting outside the Giants clubhouse doors near Gate B after the game.

Hall of Fame

The concourse at Scottsdale Stadium is home to the Arizona Fall League Hall of Fame and the Scottsdale Sports Hall of Fame. Take some time before the game to take a look at both as they're both must-sees for any diehard baseball fan.

Camelback and McDowell Mountains

Scottsdale Stadium offers a stunning view of the Camelback and McDowell Mountains, so make sure to get a picture of them during your trip to a spring training.

Kids Run the Bases

After every 1:05 game, kids can run the bases just like their heroes. Take advantage of this opportunity and give your kids an experience they’ll never forget.

Team Store

Don’t leave Scottsdale Stadium without taking home a souvenir from your trip. The main team store located near Gate B offers a huge selection of Giants gear, so check it out during your visit to Scottsdale Stadium.

Charro Lodge

Enjoy a Giants spring training game in luxury at the Charro Lodge. The Charro Lodge is perfect for groups of 50 or more and offers food, drinks, patio seating, and an incredible view of the action on the field.

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