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Maryvale Baseball Park

Spring Training Home of Your Milwaukee Brewers

Maryvale Baseball Park is the home for the Brewers Spring Training games. This award-winning Cactus League facility, nestled in the west side of Phoenix, is a state-of-the-art complex with ample parking and easy access.

The ballpark features a recessed playing field and shaded concourse, which provides an uninterrupted view of the action. The ballpark's 7,000 seats, plus lush outfield berm, assure an intimate baseball experience in a fan-friendly, relaxed setting.

Simply stated, there's not a bad seat in the house!

Ballpark Information

Maryvale Baseball Park address:
3600 N. 51st Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85031

Phone: 623-245-5500

Driving Directions:
From downtown Phoenix:

Take I-10 west

Exit 51 Avenue north

Turn Right

Enter stadium parking lot on 51st Ave. between Thomas Rd. and Indian School Rd.

Important Travel Information

For fans traveling to Maryvale Baseball Park on I-10, the ramp at 51st Ave is currently closed for construction:

  • I-10 Westbound off-ramp at 51st Avenue will be closed January 27, 2018 to March 3. 2018.
  • I-10 Eastbound on-ramp at 51st Avenue will be closed from February 10, 2018 to March 17, 2018.

Please be aware and use alternate routes: Eastbound may use 59th Ave; Westbound may use I-17 North to Indian School.

Ticket Office

The Maryvale Baseball Park ticket office will be open beginning Monday, February 5, 2018.

Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm, Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday 10am-2pm.

To purchase tickets over the phone, please call 1-800-933-7890. Tickets are not sold by phone through the Maryvale Box Office.

Maryvale Baseball Park Renovation Plans

In November of 2017, the Phoenix City Council voted in favor of a plan to renovate Maryvale Baseball Park, which has served as the Spring Training home of the Milwaukee Brewers since 1998. The plan keeps the Club in Maryvale through at least the year 2042, the second-longest commitment in the Cactus League.

Construction is scheduled to begin in late March and be substantially completed by the start of 2019 Spring Training. A groundbreaking ceremony will be hosted prior to construction, with details announced in the coming weeks.

Following is a description of the renovation project. Mortenson is serving as the Construction Manager and International Facilities Group is the Owner's Representative.


A new stand-alone, two-story building will be constructed, running the length of the area from the updated home plate gate plaza to a connection with the existing Major League clubhouse building. This building will house new locker rooms, training spaces and support functions for the Major and Minor League teams, a new flagship retail sales store and a new primary ticket office at the new home plate gate. The north side of this building will be home to new concession stands and restrooms as the first base concourse will be widened to accommodate better pedestrian traffic. A second floor will be constructed to house new offices for Baseball Operations, and will feature a walkout patio with views of training facilities to the south.

The existing Minor League building will be demolished, as will the structure that ran along the first base side of the stadium that housed the various game-day services offices, commissary, restrooms, maintenance and concession stands. The existing shade structures will remain on both the first and third base concourses.

NOTE: The existing Major and Minor League buildings total approximately 41,000 square feet. The comparable space allocated in the new construction and renovation will be approximately double that at 82,000 square feet.


A new entry plaza will be created behind home plate, and will feature the primary ticket office and gates to the stadium. It is expected that the majority of fans will enter the facility through this new plaza. The east side of the plaza area will include the lobby entrance to the new clubhouse building. In addition, there will be the entry to the new retail store from outside of the home plate gate, allowing fans access to the store during non-game times.


The existing Major League clubhouse will be renovated to include facilities for psychological services, sports science, maintenance, grounds, a new right field gate, ticket office and vendor commissary. The existing upper level will become business operations offices and will have new finishes. New building services include new lighting and phone/data low voltage systems.


A new eight-lane, Major League batting tunnel will be constructed immediately south of the renovated major league clubhouse. Two of the tunnels will be fully enclosed and air conditioned.


A new high-performance agility field will be constructed south of the new clubhouse structure. The surface will be primarily natural grass.


New pitching and catching mounds will be provided to accommodate eight pairs of players. The mounds and home plate areas will be partially covered (plates and mounds) to provide shade for the players.


NOTE: The gang mounds, agility field and batting tunnels will all now be located in the space that is between the Minor League fields and the stadium. It is expected that most fans will circulate through these areas as they walk from parking lots into the stadium. This will allow patrons the opportunity to interact with and watch players as they prepare for games.


A new high performance natural turf practice field will be constructed at the site of the existing half field to the east. The new field will have dimensions and layout matching Miller Park in Milwaukee.


New or refurbished parking lots will be created in three places: A new lot along 53rd Avenue will replace what is currently known as Lot C. This lot - similar in capacity to Lot C - will be constructed primarily on the site that now houses the Minor League building. There will be two additional lots on the east side, closer to 51st Avenue. One of the lots will be new to accommodate Major League players and have capacity for 100 spaces; it will also be covered to protect from foul balls. The third will be a refurbishment of an existing lot just south of the new covered parking.


New landscaping and associated irrigation will be installed throughout the complex. The materials will follow an "Oasis" theme with a goal to provide improved aesthetics, help define circulation paths and use areas.


A new commissary (for cooking, refrigeration and dry storage) and a new visiting team/umpire clubhouse will be constructed on the third base side, outboard of the existing concourse structures. The new building will have vehicular access from 53rd Avenue to the western side of the commissary building.


The stadium outfield surface as well as the existing Major League practice field will be completely resurfaced with new turf, clay and foul territory/warning tracks.


The press box, GM suites and party suite will be refurbished with new windows, paint (press box interior and exterior) and other finishes. There will be direct access from the press box to the new second floor Baseball Operations offices in the new clubhouse building.


A new scoreboard will be built and located in left field, replacing the current structure.