Peoria Stadium

Park Name: Peoria Stadium


Peoria Javelinas (Arizona Fall League)

San Diego Padres (Cactus League)

Seattle Mariners (Cactus League)

Opened: 1994

Address: 16101 North 83rd Avenue, Peoria, Arizona 85382

Dimensions: 340' (L), 410' (C), 340' (R)

Former Tenants:

Peoria Javelinas (Arizona Fall League) 1994-2012

Peoria Saguaros (Arizona Fall League) 2003-2010

Sonoran Explorers (Freedom League) 2012

Peoria Explorers (Freedom League) 2013

Hokkaido Nippon Ham Fighters (NPB Spring Training) 2016-2017

The view from behind home plate at Peoria Stadium.

The view from down the first base line, looking over the Padres dugout.

The view from down the third base line, looking over the Mariners dugout.

The grandstand at Peoria Stadium, as seen from center field.

The pressbox sits right on top of the seating bowl. Plaques on the facade celebrate Padres and Mariners titles, as well as celebrating star players from each team's past Spring Trainings.

Giant concrete baseballs line the sidewalk in front of the Stadium.

A section of bleacher seating sits down the third base line, separated from the main seating bowl.

A food court and picnic area sits on the concourse behind the third base bleachers.

A wiffle ball field on the concourse features a mock scoreboard and unique field dimensions, with the right field fence only inches from the infield.

A palm tree lined pathway lines the top of the center field concourse.

The Peoria Sports Complex features many practice fields to accommodate the Padres and Mariners training needs.

The scoreboard and outfield berm at Peoria Stadium. The flags atop the batter's eye are for each of the Cactus League teams.

The Padres bullpen and the sharp corners of the outfield fence.

The outfield wall turns to chain link at the corners, allowing bullpen pitchers to sit in the shade and watch the game through the fence.

The San Diego Padres and Seattle Mariners on the field during a Spring Training game at Peoria Stadium.