Salt River Fields Facts & Figures

Located srfin Scottsdale Arizona on land owned by the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, the stadium was built to be the Spring Training home of the Major League Baseball Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies.

When it opened it was heralded as the first baseball stadium to be built on Native American land.

It features a central stadium as well as 12 full-size practice fields and two half-fields.

Besides being the Spring Training home for the Diamondbacks and Rockies, the facility is also used by the Arizona Summer League a minor league for rookies, and the Arizona Fall League where it is home to the Salt River Rafters.

There are also several non-baseball events that take place on the 140-acre site throughout the year.

In this section you will find pertinent information about Salt River Fields at Talking Stick.

 

Stadium Facts & Figures
Name Salt River Fields at Talking Stick
Architect HKS, Inc.
Design Principal Mo Stein
Project Manager Andy Henning
Managing Contractor Mortensen Construction
Ground Breaking November 17, 2009
First Official Game February 26, 2011
Construction Duration 14 Months
Construction Costs $100 million
Physical Address 7555 N. Pima Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85258
Coordinates 33° 32’ 46” N 111° 53’ 7” W
Major Cross Streets North: East Via de Ventura
South: East Indian Bend Road
East: N. Dobson Road
West: N. Pima Road
Capacity 11,000
Record Attendance 12,996 (March 16, 2014)
Ownership & Operations
Owner Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community
Operations Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community
Field Surface & Dimensions
Playing Surface Tifway 419 Bermuda Grass
Field Dimensions srf dimensionsLF: 345’
LCF: 390’
CF: 410’
RCF: 390’
RF: 345’
Outfield Wall Height LF Corner: 12’ 0”
LF: 10’ 0”
CF: 25’
RF: 10’ 0”
RF Corner: 12’ 0”
Batters Eye 76’ 6” wide by 25’ high
Backstop 129’ wide by 31’ high. Backstop is 49’ from home plate
Concourse The length of the main concourse is 2,059 feet
Seating The ballpark features 4 private luxury suites capable of holding 15 people each, Pepsi Patio can accommodate 500 people, Coors Light Cold Zone/Miller Lite Taste Zone can accommodate 300 people each, 11,000 club seats, and approximately 6,000 lawn seats