Maryvale Baseball Park

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Maryvale Baseball Park
Location 3600 N. 51st Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85031
Coordinates 33°29′32″N 112°10′23″W / 33.49222°N 112.17306°W / 33.49222; -112.17306Coordinates: 33°29′32″N 112°10′23″W / 33.49222°N 112.17306°W / 33.49222; -112.17306
Owner Phoenix Parks and Recreation Dept.
Operator Phoenix Parks and Recreation Dept.
Capacity 10,000
Field size Left field: 350 feet (110 m)
Center field: 400 feet (120 m)
Right field: 340 feet (100 m)
Surface grass
Opened January 1998

AZL Brewers (Arizona League) (1998–present)

Milwaukee Brewers (MLB) (spring training) (1998–present)

Maryvale Baseball Park is a baseball park located in Maryvale community of Phoenix, Arizona.

The facility is owned and operated by the city's Parks and Recreation department, and holds 10,000 people. It is home stadium of the Arizona League Brewers rookie league minor league baseball team of the Arizona League. It is also the spring training home of the Milwaukee Brewers and their minor league affiliates (replacing Compadre Stadium in southeast suburban Chandler). In addition to the main stadium, the facility includes 5 full practice fields, 2 practice infields, a 2-story clubhouse building, and a 2,000-space parking facility.

In February 2018, the Brewers announced plans for a major renovation of the facility. The renovation will include a new clubhouse building, renovation of the existing Brewers clubhouse, a newly constructed agility field, a new major league practice field, new batting tunnels, covered practice mounds, a new entry plaza, and new & refurbished parking lots. Costs will be shared by the Brewers ($56-60 million), the city of Phoenix ($2 million/year over 5 years), and the Arizona Sports and Tourism Authority (approximately $5.7 million). Completion is expected by the 2019 spring training season.[1]


  1. ^ "Brewers release details of Maryvale Baseball Park renovation". Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Retrieved 2018-03-07.

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Maryvale Baseball Park, 2010, aerial photo by Doc Searls