1. Hall of Fames
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.
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.
3.Spirit of Volunteerism
The Spirit of Volunteerism sculpture outside Scottsdale Stadium honors spring training volunteer leader Jim Hill. Hill managed over 150 volunteers each season to aid in fundraising for youth sports, so take a minute to check out the statue dedicated to him before the game.
4. 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.
5. 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.
6. Giants Practices
Arrive at Scottsdale Stadium at 10 am if you want to catch the Giants practice. The big league club’s practices typically take place inside the stadium, although the facility also features a practice field to the right of the stadium as well as a half field. Those of you who want to see the minor leaguers will want to make the 1.8 mile trip to Indian School Park, which is located at 4415 North Hayden Rd.
7. 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.
8. Giant Baseballs
Get your picture taken with the giant baseballs outside Gate B. The balls present a fun photo op and are a favorite among young fans, so don’t miss them when attending to a Giants spring training game.
9. 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.