Park Name: Scottsdale Stadium
Scottsdale Scorpions (Arizona Fall League)
San Francisco Giants (Cactus League)
Grandstand Rebuilt: 1992
Address: 7408 East Osborn Road, Scottsdale, Arizona 85251
Dimensions: 360' (L), 430' (C), 330' (R)
Baltimore Orioles (Cactus League) 1956-1958
Boston Red Sox (Cactus League) 1959-1965
Chicago Cubs (Cactus League) 1967-1978
Oakland Athletics (Cactus League) 1979-1983
Phoenix Firebirds (Pacific Coast League) 1992-1997
Scottsdale Scorpions (Arizona Fall League) 1992-2004
Grand Canyon Rafters (Arizona Fall League) 1997-2004
Valley Vipers (Western League) 2000
Grand Canyon Scorpions (Arizona Fall League) 2006
Arizona Centennials (Freedom League) 2012
The view from behind home plate at Scottsdale Stadium.
The view from down the first base line, looking out toward the berm and scoreboard.
The view from down the third base line, looking toward the party deck in right field.
The grandstand at Scottsdale Stadium, as seen from the center field concourse.
The pressbox, suites and rooftop scoreboard above the main seating bowl.
The park has been the spring home for the San Francisco Giants since 1982, 10 years before the current grandstand was built, and plaques on the outside of the stadium celebrate Giants World Series titles.
The palm tree lined entry plaza and picnic area looks out onto the streets of Scottsdale.
The Arizona Fall League Hall of Fame, located on the Scottsdale Stadium concourse.
Scorpions retired numbers hang over the bullpen from the railing of the picnic deck.
The covered party deck sits behind the bullpen, in the right field corner of the stadium.
The outfield berm has the feel of a city park, with the scoreboard sitting among a grove of trees and a shaded walking path running behind the hill.
Though most of the Giants practice fields are located off-site, one full practice field can be seen from the outfield concourse.
A desert mountain rises behind the stadium, providing a dramatic backdrop for fans sitting in the right field corner.
The visitors bullpen is cut into the outfield berm, and the mesh fence allows the pitchers to watch the game through the wall.
The outfield fence makes several sharp turns as it wraps around center field.
The height of the outfield fence drops slightly at the bullpen in right field.
The Scottsdale Scorpions on the field during an Arizona Fall League game at Scottsdale Stadium.