The Arizona Diamondbacks announced that spring training tickets for the 2015 Cactus League season will go on sale on Saturday. Spring and baseball can’t get here any sooner it you ask me!
Here are the details via an official team press release:
“The Arizona Diamondbacks individual tickets for all 2015 Spring Training games at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick will go on sale this Saturday at 10:00AM.
The first 100 fans to purchase 2015 D-backs Spring Training tickets at the Salt River Fields at Talking Stick Box Office will receive tickets to the Street Eats Festival that will take place at Salt River Fields on Feb. 7-8.
Complimentary coffee and pastries will also be provided to fans that purchase tickets at the box office from 10:00-11:00AM on Saturday.
Tickets for all games at Salt River Fields, including the D-backs vs. ASU game, are priced from $9-28. General admission lawn seating that will hold 4,000 people will be $9 and tickets for 7,000 reserved seats in the seating bowl range from $19-$28.
Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, a shared Spring Training complex between the D-backs and Colorado Rockies, exceeded 300,000 fans in 2014 for the fourth consecutive season and is the only Spring Training venue to do so in Major League Baseball.
In addition, the D-backs set a single-game complex attendance record in 2014 with 12,871 fans on March 16 versus Milwaukee.
Pitchers and catchers will report to Salt River Fields on Feb. 19 with their first workout on Feb. 20. Position players will report on Feb. 24 with the first full-squad workout on Feb. 25.
Workouts are open to the public, and fans may park in the Desert Lot on the north side of the complex, which is best accessed via 90th Street off of Via de Ventura.
The D-backs open their 18th Spring Training on March 3 at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick with an exhibition game against Arizona State University as part of an annual Collegiate Series.
For more information, and to purchase tickets for Spring Training, visit dbacks.com/spring.”
There are only 44 days until pitchers and catchers report, and only 88 days until Spring Training begins! Baseball season is almost here Diamondbacks fans! Get pumped for 2015 and go Dbacks!