Tempe Diablo Stadium

Park Name: Gene Autry Field at Tempe Diablo Stadium

Tenants: Los Angeles Angels (Cactus League)

Opened: 1969

Address: 2200 West Alameda Drive, Tempe, Arizona 85282

Dimensions: 360' (L), 420' (C), 340' (R)

Former Names:

Tempe Stadium (1969-1976)

Former Tenants:

Seattle Pilots (Cactus League) 1969-1970

Milwaukee Brewers (Cactus League) 1971-1992

Phoenix Bird (International Women's Professional Softball) 1976

Seattle Mariners (Cactus League) 1977-1993

Grand Canyon Rafters (Arizona Fall League) 1992

Tempe Rafters (Arizona Fall League) 1993-1996

California Angels (Cactus League) 1993-1996

Anaheim Angels (Cactus League) 1997-2004

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (Cactus League) 2005-2015

The view from behind home plate at Tempe Diablo Stadium.

The view from down the first base line. A hotel and restaurant overlook the field from behind the left field fence.

The view from down the third base line. Just like in the LA area, a freeway runs right behind the outfield wall.

The grandstand at Tempe Diablo Stadium. The stadium structure extends further down the first base line than the third to house an enclosed party deck.

Pennants along the pressbox facade celebrate Angels division, league and World Series titles.

Though the seating bowl is completely open, a sun shade runs the length of the infield concourse, providing some coverage from the desert sun.

Plaques along the concourse celebrate the history of Tempe Diablo Stadium and Angels Spring Training.

The concourse opens up in the left field corner, housing a carnival like food court and an up close view of the butte behind the field.

Trees line the top of the berm in left field.

The Twin Buttes of Tempe provide the iconic backdrop to an Angels Spring Training game.

The Angels bullpen sits behind the right field wall, by the batting cages, and a cutout in the wall allows the pitchers to watch the game.

The visitors bullpen sits in play down the third base foul line.

The scoreboard and outfield corners as seen from the berm in left field.

The Los Angeles Angels on the field during a Spring Training game at Tempe Diablo Stadium.