Kino Stadium

Park Name: Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium


Tucson Saguaros (Pecos League)

Mexican Baseball Fiesta Exhibition Series

Sun Belt College Baseball League (All Teams)

Opened: 1998

Address: 2500 East Ajo Way, Tucson, Arizona 85713

Dimensions: 340' (L), 405' (C), 340' (R)

Former Names:

Tucson Electric Park (1998-2010)

Former Tenants:

Tucson Mexican All Stars (Arizona League) 1998-2000

Chicago White Sox (Cactus League) 1998-2008

Arizona Diamondbacks (Cactus League) 1998-2010

Tucson Sidewinders (Pacific Coast League) 1998-2008

Tucson Padres (Pacific Coast League) 2011-2013

KT Wiz (KBO Spring Training) 2014-2020

NC Dinos (KBO Spring Training) 2020

Tijuana Toros (LMB Spring Training) 2015-2020

Tucson Saguaros (Pecos League) 2016-2017

KT Wiz (KBO Spring Training) 2023

Kia Tigers (KBO Spring Training) 2023

The view from behind home plate at Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium.

The view from down the first base line.

The view from down the third base line.

The grandstand at Kino Stadium, as seen from center field.

The pressbox and luxury suites make up the second level behind home plate.

A party deck sits ad the end of the upper deck.

Bleacher seating is located at the end of the main seating bowl.

The concourse runs along the top of the seating bowl, with a small roof and sun shade providing cover for the fans.

Grass berm seating wraps around the outfield corners at Kino Stadium.

The mountains surrounding Tucson stand behind the outfield fence.

The bullpens sit behind the outfield walls in the corners.

The scoreboard stands behind the left field concourse.

The Yaquis de Obregon on the field during a Mexican Baseball Fiesta game at Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium.