American Family Fields

Park Name: American Family Fields of Phoenix

Tenants: Milwaukee Brewers (Cactus League)

Opened: 1998

Address: 3600 North 51st Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona 85031

Dimensions: 350' (L), 400' (C), 340' (R)

Former Names:

Maryvale Baseball Park (1998-2018)

Former Tenants:

Maryvale Saguaros (Arizona Fall League) 1998-2002

The view from behind home plate at American Family Fields of Phoenix.

The view from down the first base line.

The view from down the third base line.

The grandstand and uniquely shaped press box at American Family Fields, as seen from center field.

The stadium's open concourse is covered by sun shades, providing some relief from the Arizona sun.

The white metal sunshades are held in place by suspension style cables, giving the park a unique signature look.

White picket fences and shade trees along the center field concourse.

The scoreboard, and the berm that wraps around the left field corner.

The outfield fence makes a sharp cut into the berm at the left field foul pole, and rises drastically in height for a small segment in front of the batter's eye in center.

The curves and corners of the outfield fence. The wall is taller at the foul pole in left.

The outfield wall peaks briefly in right field. The Brewers club house is visible beyond the right field foul pole.

The practice fields at the complex are named for Brewers legends, like Paul Molitor Field, where minor league games are held.

The Brewers' racing sausages prepare for the season in Arizona as well, running abbreviated races in the 7th inning of Spring Training games.

The Milwaukee Brewers on the field during a Spring Training game at American Family Fields of Phoenix.