Hohokam Stadium

Spring Training home of the Chicago Cubs

Cubs logoHohokam Stadium, located just a mile north of downtown Mesa, Arizona, is best known as the Spring Training home of the world famous Chicago Cubs.  Mesa has been hosting the Cubs since 1952, and Hohokam Stadium has continually set Spring Training attendance records over the past several years.

In addition to Spring Training, Hohokam Stadium is used year round for sports tournaments, festivals, meetings, corporate and social events, and is the home field for the Mesa Solar Sox of the Arizona Fall League.

 

News
Cubs Announce 2012 Spring Training Schedule

For ticket information, visit the Spring Training tab.
Read the full press release.

Spring Training at Hohokam Stadium starts on Sunday, March 4th!

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New Facility Updates

Read the latest updates about the new Cubs's Spring Training Facility in Mesa

Stadium Tours Available

If you would like a tour of Hohokam Stadium for your organization, group of friends or just for yourself, please call 480-644-4452.  Stadium Manager Mark Gallo would be happy to show you the Stadium!
Please note: Stadium Tours are not available during the month of March.

Spring Training Sponsorship Opportunities

Sportscastor logoLooking to gain exposure for your company to thousands of Spring Training fans?  Outfield signage, concourse signage, program ads and couponing opportunities are available at Hohokam Stadium.  Contact SportsCastor Marketing at 480-460-4414 or info@sportscastor.com for more information. 

Mesa Hohokams Logo

 

Mesa HoHoKams

Hohokam Stadium is pleased to have the Mesa HoHoKams volunteer organization assist with Spring Training and other events at the Stadium.  The Mesa Hohokams serve as ushers, parking attendants and sell programs at every Spring Training game.  The City of Mesa sends a sincere "Thank You" to the Mesa Hohokams organization.

Chicago Cubs Spring Training

Cubs logoThe 2012 Cubs Spring Training Home Game Schedule:

Schedule
Sun. March 4 Oakland Athletics
Mon. March 5 Oakland Athletics
Tues. March 6 Colorado Rockies
Thurs. March 8 Seattle Mariners
Mon. March 12 Cincinnati Reds
Wed. March 14 Milwaukee Brewers
Thurs. March 15 AZ Diamondbacks (ss)
Fri. March 16 SF Giants
Sun. March 18 Chicago White Sox
Tues. March 20 Texas Rangers (ss)
Sat. March 24 San Diego Padres
Mon. March 26 San Diego Padres (ss)
Wed. March 28 Cleveland Indians
Fri. March 30 LA Dodgers
Sat. March 31 LA Angels
Tues. April 3* Milwaukee Brewers

*All games start at 1:05pm Arizona time, except Tues., April 3rd, which starts at 12:05 pm.
(ss) = split squad

Tickets

Tickets for Chicago Cubs Spring Training games can be purchased by phone at (800) 905-3315 or on-line at www.cubs.com. The seating chart can be viewed on-line prior to purchasing tickets.  Group Tickets (ten or more) can be purchased by calling 480-964-4467.

Hohokam Stadium Box Office
Kid Catching a Cap
Located at the Stadium - 1235 N. Center Street, Mesa
(480) 964-4467
Box office hours are 9am - 4pm, Monday - Friday

For information regarding tickets, parking, permissible items, rain out policy, etc., visit the FAQ's tab.

Fans may direct ticketing and additional questions to info2012@mesahohokams.com

Buffet Table


Private/Group Catered Events

View the catering packages for the suites, patio or Budweiser Tent.  To reserve your catered event, for groups of 20 or more, contact Dyan Dwyer Seaburg at dyan.seaburg@mesaaz.gov.

Questions?

For answers to the most commonly asked questions regarding Spring Training, visit the FAQ's tab.

Frequently Asked Questions

Please check here for answers to many frequently asked questions regarding spring training.  Stadium seats
Pre-recorded game day information is available by calling 480-644-4451.
Additional information can be found at www.Cubs.com
For other Spring Training questions, please e-mail info2012@mesahohokams.com

For other general information, please e-mail Mark.Gallo@mesaaz.gov


1.  Where can I purchase Spring Training Tickets?

2.  Does my child need a ticket?
        What is the age limit, and are there discounted tickets for children?

3.  Is handicap parking and seating available?
        Can I take a wheelchair into the berm seating area?

4.  Will Call Tickets:
        Can I confirm that my tickets are in will-call?
        Do I need a photo ID to pick up will-call tickets?
        Can I order will-call tickets the same day as the game?

5.  Are my seats in the shade, or in the sun?

6.  What time does the game start?

7.  When do parking lots and gates open at Hohokam Stadium?

Player Catching a ground ball

8.  Is tailgating allowed?  Can I have alcoholic beverages in the parking lot?

9.  What concessions are available inside the Stadium?

10. Are there ATM's inside the Stadium?

11. What can I bring into the Stadium?
        Are umbrellas, bottled water, coolers, etc., allowed?

12. Where is the Cub's dugout?

13. How do I get a message on the scoreboard?

14. How do I rent the patios, suites or tent areas?

15. What is the rain-out policy?

16. Can I rent all or part of the Stadium for non-spring training events/activities?

17. How can I find out more information?

 

1.  Where can I purchase Spring Training Tickets?

Tickets for Chicago Cubs Spring Training games can be purchased by phone at (800) 905-3315, or on-line at www.cubs.com.  Tickets are also sold at the Hohokam Stadium box office, located at 1235 N. Center Street, Mesa.  Box office hours are Monday - Friday, 9am - 4pm.

Ticket on-sale dates/times

Tickets for Chicago Cubs Spring Training games can be purchased by phone at (800) 905-3315 or on-line at www.cubs.com. The seating chart can be viewed on-line prior to purchasing tickets.

Individual Game Tickets on-line or by phone - on sale Thursday, January 5, 2012 at 10am CST

Individual Game Tickets at Hohokam Stadium Box Office - on sale Tuesday, January 17, 2012 at 9am Arizona time.

Season Tickets - on sale Wednesday, January 4 at 9am Arizona Time

Group Tickets (ten or more) - on sale Thursday, January 5, 2012 at 9am Arizona time by calling 480-964-4467.

 

For pre-recorded general information, call 480-644-4451.  To leave a message for the box office, call 480-964-4467.

2.  Does my child need a ticket?

Children under the age of three, who are on a parents lap, do not need a ticket.  All other attendees do require a ticket.  There are no discounts for children.

3.  Is handicap parking and seating available?
        Can I take a wheelchair into the berm seating area?

Handicap parking is available directly in front of the Stadium with a valid handicap parking sticker or license plate.

Handicap seating is available throughout the stadium.  Handicap tickets can be obtained by calling 1-800-905-3315.

An elevator is available at Gate D for use by all ticket holders.

Although wheelchairs are not prohibited in the general admission berm area, please be aware that there are no designated handicap areas in that section of the Stadium.  The grass in the berm area is very steep in places, and extreme caution should be exercised.

4.  Will Call Tickets:
        Can I confirm that my tickets are in will-call?
        Do I need a photo ID to pick up will-call tickets?
        Can I order will-call tickets the same day as the game?

You can confirm your tickets are in will-call by calling 480-964-4467.  Please be advised that the phones and box office windows are extremely busy on game days.  Scoreboard

You will need a photo ID to pick up your will call tickets. 

Will call, for on-line purchased tickets can be ordered up through midnight on the day prior to game day.

5.  Are my seats in the shade, or in the sun?

Most games begin at 1:05pm, and, being Arizona, most game days end up being sunny.  That being said, there are areas of the Stadium that do tend to get more (or less) shade throughout the game.

The areas with the most shade tend to be sections 200 through 212, and 201 through 211, and the Budweiser Tent.  All other sections are in the sun.

Please bring sunscreen and stay hydrated regardless of where you are sitting.

6.  What time does the game start?

Most games start at 1:05pm Arizona time.  A complete schedule of games, including start times, may be found on the Spring Training tab.

7.  When do parking lots and gates open at Hohokam Stadium?Beer Me Guy

The parking lot is open by 9:00 am on most game days.  Parking is $7 per vehicle.
Gates open two hours prior to game time.

If you choose to ride a bike to the Stadium, Bicycle racks are available near Gate A and Gate E.

8Is tailgating allowed?  Can I have alcoholic beverages in the parking lot?

Although we encourage you to enjoy the wide variety of concession faire inside the Stadium, tailgating is permitted in the parking lots surrounding the Stadium.  However, City and State law prohibits alcoholic beverages from being consumed in the parking areas. 

9.  What concessions are available inside the Stadium?

Concession Stand FanThere is a wide variety of concession offerings available at Hohokam Stadium.  From hot dogs and burgers to pizza or burritos, you'll now find it at Hohokam!  A selection of beers, (including Old Style in select locations), as well as margaritas and an assortment of Pepsi products are available throughout the venue. 

There are also opportunities to purchase your favorite Cubs memorabilia at the Cubbie Hole gift shops and at souvenir carts in the Stadium.  Concession and souvenir services are provided by Ovations Food Services.

10. Are there ATM's inside the Stadium?

Yes, ATM's are located at various locations throughout the Stadium.

11. What can I bring into the Stadium?
        Are umbrellas, bottled water, coolers, etc., allowed?

Chairs, umbrellas, food, beverages, coolers, alcohol and large bags cannot be brought into the stadium.

One 32 oz. sealed bottle of water per person is permitted.
Strollers are permitted.
Baby food and baby formula are permitted.

Hohokam Stadium is a non-smoking facility.

Bags and purses are subject to search.

12. Where is the Cub's dugout?

The Cubs dugout is located on the 1st base side of the field.  The visiting team has the 3rd base dugout.

13. How do I get a message on the scoreboard?

Suites Seats

This service is no longer provided.

14. How do I rent the patios, suites or tent areas?

These areas are all available for parties to enjoy during spring training games.  Each area requires a minimum number of persons and sponsorship fees and catering minimums do apply.  Areas are also available for pre and post game receptions or parties. 

View the catering packages for the suites, patio or Budweiser Tent.  To reserve your catered event, for groups of 20 or more, contact dyan.seaburg@mesaaz.gov.

15. What is the rain-out policy?

In the event a game is cancelled due to inclement weather, tickets purchased via www.cubs.com or by phone via 1-800-905-3315 will be automatically refunded to the purchaser's credit card.

Tickets purchased through the Hohokam Stadium Box Office (a season ticket for the particular game or a ticket purchased individually) may be returned for a refund by April 15, 2012 in person at Hohokam Stadium box office or through the mail by sending the tickets to PO Box 261, Mesa AZ  85211.

If tickets were purchased through a third party, return your tickets to the point of purchase.

16. Can I rent all or part of the Stadium for non-spring training events/activities?

Yes!  The stadium is available throughout the year for corporate or private parties, team building events, festivals and more.  Find out more information on the Rental Information tab.

17. How can I find out more information?

Pre-recorded game day information is available by calling 480-644-4451.
Additional information can be found at www.Cubs.com
For other Spring Training questions, please e-mail info2012@mesahohokam.com

For other general information, please e-mail Mark.Gallo@mesaaz.gov

Panoramic Stadium Photo

Arizona Fall League & Other Events

Arizona Fall League

In addition to hosting Cactus League Spring Training for the Chicago Cubs, Hohokam Stadium is also the home of the Mesa Solar Sox of the Arizona Fall League.

The season for Arizona Fall League begins in October and runs through November.  The 2011 Solar Sox team is made up of top prospects from the Chicago Cubs, Chicago White Sox, Baltimore Orioles, Minnesota Twins and Pittsburgh Pirates.

2011 Mesa Solar Sox Fall League Home Schedule
Wednesday, October 5 Phoenix Desert Dogs 12:35 pm
Thursday, October 6 Surprise Saguaros 12:35 pm
Saturday, October 8 Salt River Rafters 6:35 pm
Tuesday, October 11 Scottsdale Scorpions 12:35 pm
Wednesday, October 12 Peoria Javalinas 12:35 pm
Friday, October 14 Surprise Saguaros 12:35 pm
Monday, October 17 Salt River Rafters 12:35 pm
Thursday, October 20 Scottsdale Scorpions 12:35 pm
Friday, October 21 Phoenix Desert Dogs 12:35 pm
Monday, October 24 Surprise Saguaros 12:35 pm
Wednesday, October 26 Scottsdale Scorpions 12:35 pm
Saturday, October 29 Peoria Javalinas 12:35 pm
Thursday, November 3 Phoenix Desert Dogs 12:35 pm
Friday, November 4 Salt River Rafters 12:35 pm
Monday, November 7 Peoria Javalinas 12:35 pm
Wednesday, November 9 Salt River Rafters 12:35 pm
Thursday, November 10 Phoenix Desert Dogs 12:35 pm
Monday, November 14 Peoria Javalinas 12;35 pm
Thursday, November 17 Scottsdale Scorpions 12:35 pm

Gates open one hour before game time.

Ticket are $6 for adults and $5 for seniors and youth. For additional information, call 602-681-9362 or visit:
www.mlbfallball.com
Facebook.com/MLBFallBall
Twitter@MLBazFallLeague

Games are played Monday through Saturday. While the majority of games start at 12:35, night games start at 6:35. 

If you're a baseball fan and haven't checked out the Arizona Fall League, you are missing out on a close-up glimpse of tomorrow's big league stars!  With games scheduled in October and November, all MLB teams now use the Arizona Fall League to test and condition players, so you will see the best and brightest newcomers to baseball.

Come watch Arizona Fall League Baseball and you'll be able to say, "I saw him when!"

Hohokam Stadium and Fitch Park History

General Information and Facts

Hohokam StadiumHohokam and Fitch Parks are the sites for the City of Mesa’s baseball fields and training facilities, with the centerpiece being Dwight W. Patterson Field at Hohokam Park, the spring training home of the Chicago Cubs.

Major league baseball first came to Mesa for spring training in 1952, when the Cubs set up camp at Rendezvous Park. That park was razed in 1976, replaced by a new stadium at Hohokam Park.  That facility, in turn, was demolished in 1996, and was replaced by a new and enlarged stadium and training facility which opened in February 1997.

The stadium seats 12,500 and includes one practice field and one practice infield.  The stadium was designed by HOK Architects of Kansas City, Mo., designers of Baltimore’s Camden Yards, Cleveland’s Jacobs Field, and Coors Field in Denver.

Supplemental training facilities at Fitch Park also were rebuilt, including four practice fields, one practice infield, and a new 25,000-square-foot clubhouse.

Hohokam Park is located at 1235 N. Center St., between Brown and McKellips roads in northwest Mesa.  Fitch Park is located less than one mile south, at the corner of Center and 6th Streets.

Mesa is located in central Arizona’s “Valley of the Sun,” approximately 10 miles east of Phoenix, and 20 minutes from Sky Harbor International Airport.  With a population in excess of 450,000 residents, Mesa ranks as the third largest city in Arizona, behind Phoenix and Tucson.

Hohokam Park Facts and Figures

Hohokam Park (Dwight W. Patterson Field) comprises 48.45 acres 

Seating Capacity:    12,500 

Self-rising seats:      5,000                        
Grandstand seats:    3,000                
Bleacher seats:        2,000                   
Lawn seating:           2,500                       
Amenities:
Modern press facilities
7 concession stands
Two souvenir stores
Security office
First aid office
3,000 parking spaces
5 soccer fields
Field Dimensions:          
           Left-field line:      340'    
           Left-field alley:    385'    
           Center-field:        411'                    
           Right-field alley:  385'   
           Right-field line:    350'   
           Batter’s eye:        80' x 40'  

Field surface:                   Grass  


Practice fields:                  1

Practice infields:                1

Stadium Clubhouse:
13,955-square-foot
Home locker room with 60 lockers
Visitors locker room with 40 lockers
Shower & restroom facilities
Laundry room
Umpires locker room with 4 lockers
Coaches locker room with 12 lockers
Managers office with locker
Visiting coaches locker room with 8 lockers
Video room
Training room
Kitchen  
 

 

Hohokam Park - Ancient History

 Hohokam Park (pronounced “HO-HO-COM”) takes its name from some of the earliest residents of the Valley of the Sun: the Hohokam Indians, who occupied this region from the year AD 1 until the mid-1400s.  The name “Hohokam” is a derivative from a Pima Indian word for “all used up” or “those who are gone.”

The Hohokam were one of the world’s most advanced prehistoric civilizations, and were able to flourish in central Arizona’s desert region for more than a thousand years by developing a sophisticated system of irrigation canals, totaling more than 125 miles.  These canals were so effective that much of today’s canal system follows along the same pattern engineered by the Hohokam centuries before.  

Hohokam Park is located just a few blocks east of the Mesa Grande Ruin, at the corner of Date and 10th Street, believed to contain the remnants of one of the key Hohokam temples and gathering structures.  This site was purchased by the City of Mesa in the late 1980s for future preservation and study. 

The reasons for the sudden disappearance of the Hohokam Indians around 1450 are still subject to debate, although many theories (drought, disease, warfare with neighboring tribes) have been proposed.  Many artifacts from the Hohokam civilization, as well as replicas of Hohokam dwellings, are on permanent display at the City of Mesa’s museum of history, the Arizona Museum of Natural History.

Baseball in Mesa - an abbreviated history

Ball and BatBaseball has been a part of Mesa since the very beginning.  In fact, back in 1876, just as Albert Spalding and William Hulbert were organizing the National League, a party of 84 men, women and children gathered in St. George, Utah, to embark on a 49-day journey to the south to establish the first settlement in an area just a half-dozen miles up the road from where the stadium now sits.

The success of local amateur teams like the Mesa Jewels led the community to build their first permanent baseball field in 1921, at the corner of 2nd Street and Sirrine.  With the development of the nearby Rendezvous Hall, for social events, and Rendezvous Pool, the ballpark gradually became known as “Rendezvous Park.”

The Chicago Cubs first expressed interest in training in Mesa as early as 1942, when a contingent of Cubs officials met with City officials to evaluate the ballpark and lodging facilities.  But it was not until 1952 that the final decision was made for the Chicago Cubs to use Mesa as their spring training home.  Six major league exhibition games were played in Mesa that season, against the Cleveland Indians, New York Giants, Pittsburgh Pirates, and crosstown rival Chicago White Sox.

Amenities at the old Rendezvous Park were somewhat less than ideal. The clubhouse was too small to accommodate the players’ luggage; the trunks were moved outside each morning and returned to the clubhouse at the end of the day.  Extra bleachers were rented to accommodate the large number of spectators, and 500 wooden chairs were acquired from Los Angeles Wrigley Field, to serve as “box seats.”

Improvements were made to Rendezvous Park over the years, with the Cubs training at the site through 1965.  After a three-year absence, spring training returned to Mesa when an agreement was reached with the Oakland A’s.  Mesa was Oakland’s spring training site for 10 years, including their three consecutive world championship seasons from 1972 to 1974.

Rendezvous Park finally fell victim to the wrecking ball in November 1976, replaced by the first stadium at Hohokam Park, dedicated in 1977.  The A’s continued training at this new facility until 1979, at which time the Chicago Cubs relocated back to Mesa from Scottsdale. It was during the mid-1980s that the Cubs enjoyed unprecedented attendance, ranking as the Cactus League’s largest draw, and at or near the top of all major league teams in spring training admissions.

This support from area residents and winter visitors played a large role in the development of the expanded Hohokam Park in 1997. With the addition of outfield berm seating and increase of 1,000 new reserved seats, capacity of the stadium is 12,500.

Mesa Baseball Chronology

AD 1 thru 1450 The Hohokam Indian civilization dominates central Arizona.
1877 The first party of Utah settlers establishes camp in what is now Mesa.
1921 Mesa’s first community ball field, Rendezvous Park, is constructed at what was then the corner of 2nd Street and Sirrine.
1950 Professional spring training first comes to Mesa, with the minor league Oakland Oaks.
1951 The Mesa HoHoKams civic organization is formed to promote and support spring training baseball in Mesa.
1952 The Chicago Cubs bring major league spring training to Mesa.
1966 The Cubs relocate spring training operations to southern California, leaving Mesa with no “spring season” for three years.
1969 Major league spring training returns to Mesa with the Oakland A’s.
1972-74 The A’s bring home three consecutive world championships.
1976 Rendezvous Park is demolished, and construction of Hohokam Park begins.
1977 The new stadium at Hohokam Park is completed, tying in with Mesa’s city centennial observation.
1979 The Oakland A’s relocate spring training facilities to Scottsdale, and the Chicago Cubs return to Mesa.
1991 The stadium at Hohokam Park is officially named Dwight W. Patterson Field, after the local rancher who played a key role in bringing major league baseball to Mesa.
1996 Preparations for a new, expanded facility at Hohokam Park begin, with demolition of the previous park taking place immediately following spring training.
1997 The new Dwight Patterson Field, Hohokam Park, and Fitch Park facilities pen for the 1997 major league baseball spring training season.
2002 Arizona State University calls Hohokam Park home while Packard Stadium on campus is renovated.
2004 Chicago Cubs set major league record for Spring Training attendance with 189,692 fans going through the turnstiles.
2005 Cubs extend major league record for Spring Training attendance with 193,993 fans.
2007 Cubs set Cactus League single game attendance record of 12,906
2009 Cubs set a MLB spring training attendance record of 203,105, with 19 home games played at Hohokam Stadium.  Average per game attendance was 10,690 - leading all of MLB. Another spring training record was set with seven games having an attendance of more than 13,000.

Hohokam Stadium and Chicago Cubs -
World's Best Fans!

Send us your favorite Spring Training photo, or a picture of your great 'fan moment' and you may see it here on our fan page!

Send photos to dyan.seaburg@mesaaz.gov, with the subject Hohokam Stadium Fan Photo.

Adam Mamawala Adam Mamawala, a stand-up comedian from New Jersey visits Hohokam Stadium in early February.
The Piper Family: Patrick, Paula, Tyler and Mie Mie, enjoy a visit to Hohokam Stadium with the Witt Family:  Darren, Laura, Holly and Ryne (named after Ryne Sandberg) on a beautiful November day.
Piper and Witt families
Fan Photo Mike "Birthday Boy" Sabatino and friends visit Hohokam Stadium in March to celebrate Mike's 65th birthday. 
Roger Brown and his sister
enjoy the Cubs vs. Rockies game
on March 15, 2011
Fan Photo

Rental and Event Information

Hohokam Stadium is best known for Spring Training baseball, but is also the perfect unique venue for your special event - whether your players wear caps and cleats, or suits and heels!  From meetings to weddings, and concerts to festivals... we invite you to visit and see for yourself!

Skybox and Patio rentals

Hohokam Stadium's outdoor 3rd Base Patio, Suite and Budweiser Tent offer your group an exciting location for viewing the game, or holding special gatherings, weddings, birthday parties, receptions or anniversaries.Suites Inside

Third Base Patio 100 - 200 people
Indoor Suites - adjacent to Third Base Patio up to 100 people
Budweiser Tent
(during Spring Training season only)
200+ on two levels
Corporate Events

Take your team meetings to a new level at Hohokam Stadium!  The Stadium can accomodate small and large corporate functions, such as meetings, lectures, team building activities and more.

Coaches are available for instruction, skills contests can be organized for you, and you can have use of the electronic scoreboard and PA system to make your function a big league event!

Catering

Ovations LogoNo outside food or beverage may be brought into the stadium, but Ovations Food Services will be pleased to cater your special event or outing to your personal specifications. From a black tie dinner, to a ballpark buffet or concession stands for a festival, Ovations can take care of all your needs at Hohokam Stadium.

Rental Fees

Rental fees at Hohokam Stadium vary based on the type of event you are planning, number of attendees, areas, duration and type of use.  Please contact us for details and pricing regarding your specific event.

Area Attractions

What to do after the game...

Mesa has plenty of places to enjoy food, drinks and activities after the game!  For a complete list of all restaurants, outings, amenities and accomodations Mesa has to offer, check out VisitMesa.com.

Some suggestions from the fan box:

Downtown Mesa
Located approximately 2 miles south of Hohokam Stadium on Center Street
Mesa Riverview
Located approximately 4 miles west of Hohokam Stadium
   
Downtown Mesa Directory Mesa Riverview Directory
   
Cellar Pub (at Sun Devil Liqour) Angel Sweet Gelato
de la Cruz Bistro Arby's
Diamonds Sports Grille Cactus Moon Sports Grill
El Charro Restaurant Carl's Jr.
George's Gyros Chick-fil-A
Grill on Main Chili's Grill & Bar
il Vinaio Cracker Barrel
Inside the Bungalow Famous Dave's
Kirk's Sports Grill IHOP
Mangos Mexican Cafe & Bakery Logan's Roadhouse
Nunthaporn's Thai Cuisine Matta's Grill & Cantina
Pete's Fish and Chips Omega Gyros
Pier de Orleans Panda Express
Queens Pizzeria Peter Piper Pizza
Sonic Drive-in Rubio's Fresh Mexican Grill
Subway Toby Keith's
Sugar Shack Wingstop
Sweet Cakes Cafe Yodipity Yogurt
Taco Bell Yogi's Teriyaki & Grill
   

Hohokam Stadium

1235 N. Center Street
Mesa, AZ 85201

(480) 644-4451

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Directions

 

Helpful Links

www.cubs.com

www.mlbfallball.com

www.visitmesa.com