TEP Facts & Figures

Tucson tepElectric Park, the Spring Training home of the Arizona Diamondbacks from 1998-2010 officially opened on February 28, 1998 at 7:05 PM when the expansion Diamondbacks took the field for the first time in team history to play the White Sox in front of a sold out, standing room only crowd.

In the month that followed nearly 200,000 fans poured into this spectacular new stadium to enjoy the fun and relaxation of Spring Training in Tucson.

It features a central stadium as well as 6 full-size practice fields and two half-fields.

Besides being the Spring Training home for the Diamondbacks and White Sox, the facility was also used by the Arizona Diamondbacks Triple-A Affiliate the Tucson Sidewinders until 2008 when they move to Reno Nevada

In this section you will find pertinent information about Tucson Electric Park.


Stadium Facts & Figures
Name Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium
Former Name(s) Tucson Electric Park (1998-2010)
Architect HOK Sport
Structural Engineer HMW Consulting Structural Engineers Inc
Services Engineer M-E Engineers, Inc.
General Contractor Conelly Swinerton
Ground Breaking February 14, 1997
First Official Game February 27, 1998
Construction Duration 12 Months
Construction Costs $38 million
Physical Address 2500 E. Ajo Way
Tucson, AZ 85713
Coordinates 32° 10’ 36.03” N 110° 56’ 0.12” W
Major Cross Streets North: East Ajo Way
South: East Irvington Road
East: S. Country Club Road
West: S. Kino Parkway
Capacity 11,500
Ownership & Operations
Owner Pima County
Operations Pima County Stadium District
Field Surface & Dimensions
Playing Surface Bermuda Grass
Field Dimensions tep dimensionsLF: 340’
LCF: 380’
CF: 405’
RCF: 380’
RF: 340’
Seating The ballpark features 8 private luxury suites with open air seating for 12 people each, 8,000 metal seats, approximately 3,000 lawn seats, and 500 standing room only areas
Baseball Facilities
Baseball Facilities
  • Major League Clubhouse: 12,287 sq. ft.
  • Minor League Clubhouse: 27,734 sq. ft.
  • Lighted field with scoreboard
  • 6 Full practice fields
  • 2 Half fields
  • 5 Bay batting tunnels
  • 10 Pitching mounds
  • 1 Bunting cage
  • 2 Underground batting tunnels
  • Practice sliding pit
  • Batting cages