Explore the Angels' Minor League ballparks

December 9th, 2022

The Minor League Ballpark Guides series spotlights each stadium across baseball’s affiliated ranks. Each edition provides ballpark highlights, from concessions to seating options to in-game entertainment to mascots. Ballpark Guides also take travelers through each facility’s surrounding area, encompassing the best places in town to eat or drink, nearby tourist attractions and more. Plan your Minor League Baseball road trip today!

For Angels prospects, the road to the big leagues spans four different states in three different time zones before making its final stop in Southern California. Along the way, that journey hits four exciting ballparks. Angels fans who want to explore them all now have a new resource to do so.

The Angels’ system, in four parts:

Single-A: Inland Empire 66ers, San Manuel Stadium
At San Manuel Stadium, mascot Bernie bobbles his belly in the Southern California sun, fans relish San Bernardino Mountains views and the Inland Empire 66ers race for the California League title. Read more »

Views of the city's skyline beyond parts of the outfield wall give way to the majesty of the San Bernardino Mountains in the distance.

High-A: Tri-City Dust Devils, Gesa Stadium
Welcome to Gesa Stadium, located in Pasco, Wash. Soak up the shade in a desert climate, sip on local wine, say hello to Erik the Peanut Guy and root for the Dust Devils as they strive to become Angels. Read more »

In 2007, the Dust Devils installed a unique architectural element: A massive sunshade, 56 feet high and 152 feet across.

Double-A: Rocket City Trash Pandas, Toyota Field
Toyota Field  in Madison, Ala., is home to the Rocket City Trash Pandas, who made their franchise debut in 2021. Procure a Dumpster Wrap, visit the Junkyard and make your acquaintance with a space-traveling racoon. Read more »

The Rocket City portion of the team name references the region's deep ties to NASA and the aerospace industry.

Triple-A: Salt Lake Bees, Smith's Ballpark
Right in the heart of Salt Lake City sits Smith's Ballpark, a staple of the Beehive State. It's known for its southeast alignment, which allows for stunning views of the Wasatch Mountains over the left- and center-field walls. Read more »

Sitting at an elevation of 4,230 feet, Smith's Ballpark features views of the Wasatch Mountains with peaks as high as 11,000 feet.