Hohokam Stadium

Park Name: Dwight W. Patterson Field at Hohokam Stadium

Tenants: Oakland Athletics (Cactus League)

Opened: 1977

Grandstand Rebuilt: 1997

Address: 1235 North Center Street, Mesa, Arizona 85201

Dimensions: 340' (L), 410' (C), 350' (R)

Former Names:

Hohokam Park (1977-2013)

Former Tenants:

Oakland Athletics (Cactus League) 1977-1978

Chicago Cubs (Cactus League) 1979-2013

Mesa Saguaros (Arizona Fall League) 1993-1997

Mesa Desert Dogs (Arizona Fall League) 2003

Mesa Miners (Golden League) 2005

Mesa Solar Sox (Arizona Fall League) 1999-2013

The view from behind home plate at Hohokam Stadium.

The view from down the first base line, looking toward the scoreboard in left field.

The view from down the third base line, looking toward the clubhouse beyond right field.

The grandstand at Hohokam Stadium as the sun sets before an AFL night game.

The pressbox and the sunshade over the top of the grandstand seats.

A section of bleachers sits, separated from the main grandstand, down the first base line.

The bleachers of the main grandstand wrap around to the left field foul pole, and Solar Sox numbers sit along the fence under the scoreboard.

Hohokam Park was the home of the Chicago Cubs from its 1979 until 2013, and the merchandise stores were all Cubs themed.

The outfield at Hohokam Stadium. The outfield fence is fairly uniform, except for the jump in height at the batter's eye in center field.

The double decked bullpens extend jut slightly into the outfield in the right field corner, and the fence of a practice field sits in the background.

The Mesa Solar Sox on the field during an Arizona Fall League game at Hohokam Stadium.