Chase Field

Park Name: Chase Field

Tenants: Arizona Diamondbacks (National League)

Opened: 1998

Address: 401 East Jefferson Street, Phoenix, Arizona 85004

Dimensions: 330' (L), 407' (C), 334' (R)

Former Names:

Bank One Ballpark (1998-2005)

The view from behind home plate at Chase Field.

The view of the field from the upper deck.

The view from down the first base line.

The view from down the third base line.

The grandstand at Chase Field, as seen from center field.

The pressbox and luxury suites sit between the two main seating decks.

Group suites sit along the top of the first level seating bowl.

Seating at Chase Field is angled to point the seats toward home plate.

The steep upper deck.

Bar and group seating areas sit in the right field corner of the park.

Table seating and luxury boxes sit atop the right field corner. Diamondbacks retired numbers are displayed on the front of the suites.

A restaurant sits in the left field corner of the park. Vertical out of town scoreboards hang from the roof.

The Sandlot, a children's play area, sits on the roof of the left field restaurant.

Outfield bleachers in left field.

The PetSmart Patio tabletop seating area overlooks the field from behind the center field concourse.

Drink rail seating runs along the top of the outfield wall.

A pool and hot tub sit behind the right field fence at Chase Field.

The large covered entry plaza outside the park.

The main concourse, at the top of the first level seating bowl.

Plaques along the concourse celebrate the Diamondbacks division and World Series championships.

A display on the concourse highlights local baseball fields built and donated to the community by the team and named for Diamondbacks players.

The park features a retractable roof that is often closed to control for the Arizona desert heat.

The roof opens up and the outfield windows swing open before a game.

The outfield wall is flat in center field with sharp corners in left and right.

Balconies on the center field concourse jut out over the field of play, shortening the home run distance in several areas.

Diamondbacks championship banners hang in front of the outside windows. Vertical lineup boards stand in front of them.

The scoreboard sits above the batter's eye in center field.

The Arizona Diamondbacks on the field during a game at Chase Field.