Stadium Info & History
About Scottsdale Stadium
Nestled in the heart of historic Old Town Scottsdale and surrounded by art galleries, restaurants and boutique shops, the Stadium is has become the home of not only the San Francisco Giants and the Arizona Fall League, but also numerous special events, festivals, concerts and parties. Designed by the creators of Camden Yards in Baltimore, the Stadium is adorned with turn-of-the-century lamps, framed antique baseball gloves, and sidewalk bricks in the shape of home plate.
7408 E. Osborn Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
8:00am – 4:30pm
(877) 4SF-GTIX Phone
(480) 312-2586 Hotline
(480) 312-7729 Fax
Stadium operated by:City of Scottsdale
Year stadium opened:Original stadium was built in 1956; the new stadium was constructed on the same site in 1991 and opened for the 1992 Cactus League season.
Year of most recent renovation:2005
History of the Stadium
The original stadium was built in 1956, and served as the former Cactus League home of the Baltimore Orioles, Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs, Oakland A’s, and now the San Francisco Giants. Construction began in April 1991 and the new Scottsdale Stadium opened it’s doors for Spring Training on March 12, 1992.