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Phoenix Municipal Stadium

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salesguytoo wrote a review May 2016
Del Mar, California855 contributions78 helpful votes
This is a great ballpark in the pac12. There's comfortable seating and great site lines. The food choices are reasonable and they serve beer in the ballpark. The biggest drawback to this venue is the fact that there is very little control over the fans. They overserved fans on the day we were in attendance and the vulgarities coming out of the mouths of those in attendance towards visiting players, families and others is unacceptable and un-American. The athletic Director of ASU should be embarrassed
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Date of experience: May 2016
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arizonaac wrote a review Feb 2015
Phoenix, Arizona731 contributions954 helpful votes
I have so many great Phoenix Giants memories from this place and also some high school championship baseball games but having ASU back here is a nice touch. With a new coach leading the program I hope we start a good 20 plus year run with Coach Tracy and the fine ASU baseball tradition grows in the old "new" home. The site lines to the field are good from all seats. The shade is sufficient for the size crowds that ASU draws. Parking is a bit of a pain but not horrible. I am glad to be able to enjoy Devil baseball in this park.
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Date of experience: February 2015
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nancy m wrote a review Jan 2015
Orinda, California104 contributions45 helpful votes
I am an A's fan and am so sad that the A's moved. This park epitomized spring training. It is small and intimate. There are palm trees and vistas of the red Papago Peaks. Good mix of sun and shade seat. Huge parking lot. Yeah, the food was pretty awful compared to the other park, which is why I didn't give it the 5th star. Now home to the ASU Sun Devils, lucky devils. I will be going back to catch some college baseball and my favorite park.
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Date of experience: March 2014
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Flounder M wrote a review Aug 2014
Hayward, California1,491 contributions145 helpful votes
We took the hotel shuttle to the ballpark – so convenient. Easy walk to the gates, concessions and seating. Our seats were in Section 20 but Dad's leg would not permit him to walk down, so we sat on the top row. Able to see everything from vantage point. Ate a couple of hotdogs to maintain the baseball spirit. I would give anything to spend more time with my Dad, alas, this would be his last Oakland A's game he would see.
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Date of experience: March 2014
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Hoosintex wrote a review Mar 2014
Katy, Texas27 contributions8 helpful votes
I understand the need to upgrade facilities in today's athletic age, but it is really sad to see the history disappear. From Willie Mays H.R. to the Polo Grounds light poles this stadium seethes history. It will be sad to see MLB teams move away from here. While it is not the newest or neatest, Cactus league baseball needs this piece of history.
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Date of experience: March 2014
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