|Location||1 East 8th Street|
|Coordinates||33°25′42″N 111°49′47″W / 33.428285°N 111.829762°WCoordinates: 33°25′42″N 111°49′47″W / 33.428285°N 111.829762°W|
|Closed||The City of Mesa|
|General contractor||W.E. O’Neil Construction (2014)|
|Oakland Athletics (MLB) (MiLB spring training) (2015–present)|
Arizona League Athletics (AZL) (2015–present)
Chicago Cubs (MLB) (MiLB spring training) (1997–2013)
Fitch Park is a baseball park complex and training facility located in Mesa, Arizona. It is the spring training workout facility for Major League Baseball's Oakland Athletics. It is also the year-round home for Oakland's minor league training and player development operations, the home ballpark of the Arizona League Athletics, and the spring training home for Oakland's minor league affiliates.
The Chicago Cubs used the baseball fields and training facility in the same capacities from 1997 to 2013.
Prior to the Athletics' use, the training facility, renamed the Lew Wolff Training Complex, was renovated and expanded to 55,433 square feet (5,149.9 m2). The building's exterior and interior were remodeled to reflect Oakland's green and gold color scheme. The playing fields, pitcher's mounds, and batting cages were also improved to meet the team's needs.
- ^ a b Christopher, Kevin (February 20, 2015). "City and Oakland A's Celebrate Completion of Hohokam Stadium/Fitch Park Renovations". City of Mesa. Retrieved March 25, 2015.
- ^ "Mesa Baseball Chronology". Hohokam Stadium. City of Mesa. Retrieved March 25, 2015.
- ^ a b c d "Lew Wolff Training Complex Set to Open at Fitch Park". MLB.com. Major League Baseball. February 18, 2015. Retrieved March 25, 2015.
- ^ a b Reichard, Kevin (March 14, 2014). "Mesa Launches HoHoKam Park Renovations For A's". Ballpark Digest. August Publications. Retrieved March 25, 2015.