Spring Training at Tempe Diablo Stadium
Tempe Diablo Guest Guide
Accessible stalls can be found on the west side of the stadium. Upon entry, vehicles displaying state-issued permits will be directed to the proper parking area. When dropping off or picking up a guest that has mobility impairments, use the grand entrance on the west side of the stadium. To enter the ballpark, use the ramp on the south side of the stadium, next to the courtyard sidewal
Wheelchair-accessible and companion seats are available throughout the stadium. Tickets can be purchased in advance through the Box Office. For more information, please call (480) 858-7575.
In keeping with U.S. ADA regulations, people with disabilities may use a dog that is trained to do work or perform tasks for the guest. The work or tasks performed by the service animal must be directly related to the guest's disability. As such, animals that solely provide emotional support or companionship to a guest will not be permitted inside the ballpark.
Any guest three (3) years of age, or older, must have a ticket to enter the stadium.
No alcoholic beverages may be brought into Tempe Diablo Stadium. Arizona law prohibits the sale of alcoholic beverages to persons under the age of 21. Any fan under the age of 40 should be prepared to show proper identification and proof of age when purchasing alcohol within Diablo Stadium. Alcoholic beverages will not be sold after the completion of the 7th inning. Guests may not take any alcoholic beverages out of the ballpark and consumption of alcoholic beverages in the parking lots is prohibited.
Tempe Diablo Stadium is now a cashless venue. However, reverse ATM machines are located throughout the stadium and provide guests with Visa debit cards.
BABY DIAPER CHANGING STATIONS
Diaper stations can be found in the men's restrooms, the women's restrooms and the family restroom.
In an effort to enhance public safety, Tempe Diablo Stadium prohibits all bags, and other carriers from being brought into the stadium with the following exceptions (in each case, after proper inspection):
- Purses or bags that are 12" x 12" with a single zipper closure/flap or smaller
- Clear bags (plastic or vinyl) with no obscured interior pockets that do not exceed 12.75" x 6.5" x 12.75"
- Medically necessary items, including diaper bags
Other than the above-noted exceptions, all other bags must be returned to the patron's vehicle.
BALL IN PLAY
Please refrain from walking up and down the aisles when the ball is in play or the batter is in the batter's box. Guests are also asked not to interfere with a ball in play.
Banners and signs are permitted, providing they are baseball related and in good taste, as determined by the Tempe Diablo Stadium staff. They cannot be commercial, political or obscene in nature, or represent a disturbance or inconvenience to others. They may not be hung or displayed on any part of the playing field or in any way that obstructs another guest's view of the game, emergency exit signage or any advertising signage. Banners and signs cannot be affixed to any ballpark wall, staff or pole. Banners must be limited in size to 3 feet tall by 12 feet wide and be made of a fire retardant material. Diablo Stadium staff reserves the right to remove any banners or signs.
For the safety of all fans, players, and employees, beach balls are not allowed inside Tempe Diablo Stadium.
Bicycle racks are located on the south side of the stadium near the ticket office.
Blankets and towels are permitted for lawn seating.
BOTTLES, CANS, THERMOSES, ICE CHESTS
Bottles, cans, thermoses, ice chests or hard containers of any size are not permitted.
· Phone: (480) 858-7575
· Non-Game Day Hours: Monday – Statuary from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
· Game Days: 10:00 a.m. through the 6th inning.
· Will Call: Services are unavailable.
The Angels' bullpen is located behind the right field wall and the visitor's bullpen is located down the left field line. Guests should not attempt to seek players' autographs.
For bus route information, call the Valley Metro Information Line at (602) 253-5000 or visit valleymetro.org.
Cameras are permitted within Tempe Diablo Stadium, provided they are for personal use and no game action is recorded, as required by MLB. Professional equipment including zoom lenses measuring greater than six (6) inches in length are not allowed without proper media credentials.
Lawn chairs are not permitted for lawn seating.
Legend Hospitality provides traditional baseball food and beverages throughout the stadium. Additional, food trucks are available in Left Field Pavilion.
Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express cards are accepted by the ticket office, concession stands and team shops.
If taking I-10 West Bound (from Tucson & East Valley…Ahwatukee, Chandler):
Take I-10 (West) to exit # 153-B, take left onto Broadway Road. Take Broadway Road to 48th Street (2nd Light) and take a left onto 48th Street (South). Then take 48th Street to Alameda Drive (2nd Light) and take a left onto Alameda Drive (East). General Parking will be on first left (West Side of Stadium) and event will be located on the Second Left (East Side of Stadium).
If taking I-10 East Bound (From West Valley):
Take I-10 (East) to exit # 153, take right onto 48th St. Take 48th Street (South) to Alameda Drive (3rd Light) and take a left onto Alameda Drive (East). General Parking will be on first left (West Side of Stadium) and event will be located on the Second Left (East Side of Stadium).
If taking Loop 101 (from West Valley…Peoria, Sun City, and Surprise):
Take Loop 101 (South) to I-10 (East). Take I-10 (East) to exit # 153, take right onto 48th St. Take 48th Street (South) to Alameda Drive (3rd Light) and take a left onto Alameda Drive (East). General Parking will be on first left (West Side of Stadium) and event will be located on the Second Left (East Side of Stadium).
If taking I-17 (From North Valley…Scottsdale, Carefree, Glendale):
Take I-17 (South) to I-10 (East). Take I-10 (East) to exit # 153, take right onto 48th St. Take 48th Street (South) to Alameda Drive (3rd Light) and take a left onto Alameda Drive (East). General Parking will be on first left (West Side of Stadium) and event will be located on the Second Left (East Side of Stadium).
If taking Highway 60 (from East Valley…Mesa, Chandler, Gilbert):
Take Highway 60 (West). Take Hwy 60 to I-10 (West) (Stay in Right-hand lane), merge onto I-10 (West) and exit onto Broadway Road (Exit 153-B) first exit on I-10. Then take left onto Broadway Road (West). Take Broadway Road to 48th Street (2nd Light) and take a left onto 48th Street (South). Then take 48th Street to Alameda Dr. (2nd Light) and take a left onto Alameda Drive (East). General Parking will be on first left (West Side of Stadium) and event will be located on the Second Left (East Side of Stadium).
If taking Loop 101 (from Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, and Cave Creek):
Take Loop 101 (South) to Highway 60 (West). Then Take Hwy 60 to I-10 (West) (Stay in Right-hand lane), merge onto I-10 (West) and exit onto Broadway Road (Exit 153-B) first exit on I-10. Then take left onto Broadway Road (West). Take Broadway Road to 48th Street (2nd Light) and take a left onto 48th Street (South). Then take 48th Street to Alameda Dr. (2nd Light) and take a left onto Alameda Drive (East). General Parking will be on first left (West Side of Stadium) and event will be located on the Second Left (East Side of Stadium).
There are no public elevators in the stadium.
In the event of an emergency, please follow directions from staff, public address announcements, and safety personnel.
General applications are accepted December 1st through January 15th and should be mailed to Tempe Diablo Stadium, 2200 W Alameda Drive, Tempe, AZ 85282.
Visit https://www.tempe.gov/home/showdocument?id=46940 to download the application.
· Left Field Line: 340 Feet
· Center Field: 420 Feet
· Right Field Line: 360 Feet
No firearms or other weapons are allowed in Tempe Diablo Stadium. (ARS 13-3102)
The first aid station is located behind Sections 11 & 12 on the main concourse.
· Food purchased from outside restaurants or fast food franchises is not allowed in the stadium.
· Food, not in bulk quantities or deemed hazardous by staff, is allowed.
· The sale of outside food or beverages is prohibited.
· Fruits must be sliced prior to entry.
· Small juice boxes or pouches are permitted.
· Milk, in factory sealed bottles and baby formula accompanying a child upon entry will be permitted.
Fans should remain alert of the game at all times as bats and balls have the potential to leave the field of play. Fans are welcome to keep any foul ball landing in the seating areas. Guests that interfere with a ball in play or throw foul balls back onto the field will be subject to ejection from the ballpark.
Gates will open one and a half hours (90 minutes) prior to game time.
If interested in benefits and discounts for parties of 25 or more, please call 888-796-HALO (4256).
Tempe Diablo Stadium staff are in place in an effort to provide a fun and safe experience for all fans in attendance. To ensure the safety of those in attendance, guests must act appropriately at all times.
· Guests wearing anything obscene, indecent, or inappropriate, as determined by Tempe Diablo Stadium staff, will not be allowed admittance into the ballpark.
· Guests smoking anywhere within the stadium will be subject to ejection as per Tempe Civil Code § 22-43 and a voter initiative approved May 21, 2002.
· Any guest found to be intoxicated, using foul or abusive language, or using inappropriate gestures will be subject to ejection from the ballpark.
· Guests will not be allowed on the playing field, beyond the lawn fence line, or within the Players' Parking Lot at any time. Any guest entering these areas, interrupting play, or chasing after a baseball in an area deemed off-limits can be ejected and/or cited for trespassing and is subject to arrest.
· Objects may not be thrown or tossed into the seating area or onto the field at any time. Violators of this nature will be ejected immediately from the ballpark and are subject to subsequent legal action. (foul ball) (regular guest guide too)
· Guests who interfere with another guest's ability to enjoy the game will be subject to ejection.
· Guests must provide a valid ticket upon the request of Tempe Diablo Stadium staff.
Visit the Guest Relations Office behind Section 12 if you have any questions regarding lost and found, lost children, or need assistance for people with mobility impairments. Aside from receiving general information, guests can also address concerns or offer suggestions.
Applications for the Diablo Stadium internship program are accepted during the month of September. Email Jerry Hall ([email protected]) to request an application.
LOST & FOUND
Guests who have lost personal items should go to the Guest Relations Office, behind Section 12. Please return all misplaced belongings to the Guest Relations Office or a staff member. If a child is lost, parents or guardians should contact the Guest Relations Office. On non-game days, call 480-350-5265 to reach the Guest Relations Office.
Children should be instructed upon entering the ballpark to notify a Tempe Diablo Stadium staff member if they become separated from their party. To report a missing child, visit the Guest Relations Office, located behind Section 12.
See Parking Lot
The parking lots at Tempe Diablo Stadium open two and a half hours before the start of all home games. Guests can enter both the West and East Lots via Alameda Drive. Both lots are open to the public on all practice days in which a game will not be played at the stadium. All stadium and parking lot transactions are cashless, please come prepared with a credit card.
Please note the following regulations:
- Vehicles in excess of 20 feet in length will be charged an additional fee for entry.
- No vehicle may occupy more than one parking space.
- Park only in a marked stall. Vehicles parked in unauthorized areas will be cited/towed away.
- Alcohol consumption in the parking lot is illegal.
- Overnight parking is prohibited.
- No selling or soliciting in the parking lot.
- Tailgating is permitted in designated lots.
- No in and out parking.
For more information regarding Party Suites, please call 888-796-HALO (4256).
Guests with lawn seats can use the east patio tables and chairs for a shady and comfortable spot to sit while they enjoy a meal.
Access is limited to those with proper Tempe Diablo Stadium, media, or Major League Baseball credentials.
Hand-held radios are permitted with the stadium as long as they do not interfere with another fan's enjoyment of the game. Tempe Diablo Stadium staff reserves the right to ask a fan to discontinue the use of such devices at any time.
Please refer to angels.com/rain.
Guests may re-enter the park by presenting a valid ticket and a valid hand stamp, issued by a Tempe Diablo Stadium staff member.
Recycling bins are located throughout the stadium for your convenience.
Restrooms are located throughout the stadium on the main concourse level. Each restroom is accessible and includes a diaper changing station.
· Men's: Section 6/7, 10/11, 18/19
· Women's: Section 7/8, 12/13, 16/17
· Family: Section 5
Please visit guest services, before the 4th inning, to submit a request for a message to be displayed on the scoreboard.
For Season Tickets, call 888-796-HALO (4256).
Smoking is prohibited in Tempe Diablo Stadium. (ARS 22-50)
There are four (4) Angels Team Stores located throughout the stadium. They are open during all home games and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on practice days.
Tempe Diablo Stadium
2200 W. Alameda Drive
Tempe, AZ 85282
Strollers are allowed as long as they accompany an infant. (All strollers are subject to search.)
There are two (2) indoor suites that can accommodate up to 18 people. For more information, call 888-796-HALO (4256).
Sunscreen can be purchased in the Angels team stores.
Tailgating is permitted in designated lots. two and a half hours before the start of all home games.
Guests in need of a taxi are asked to visit the Guest Relations Office behind Section 12.
Resale of tickets within 200 feet of Tempe Diablo Stadium Complex property is prohibited. (ARS 13-3718)
Umbrellas are not permitted in the stadium.
If you would like to become a vendor, contact Legends Hospitality at (480) 858-7541.
Bottled water or flavored water must be in a clear plastic bottle that is factory sealed. Reusable water bottles are permitted up to 1 liter in size but must be emptied prior to entering the stadium.
- Open bottles are prohibited
- Bottles must not be larger than 1 Liter (33.814 US fluid ounces)
- Frozen water bottles are prohibited for safety purposes
Tempe Diablo Stadium has a limited number of wheelchairs available to transport guests to their seats. Please contact a staff member or visit the Guest Relations Office, behind Section 12, to arrange wheelchair assistance.
Will Call services are unavailable.