Sloan Park in February 2017
|Former names||Cubs Park (2014)|
|Location||2330 W. Rio Salado Parkway|
Mesa, AZ 85201
|Owner||City of Mesa|
|Field size||Left – 360 feet (110 m)|
LC – 366 feet (112 m)
Center – 410 feet (125 m)
RC – 398 feet (121 m)
Right – 360 feet (110 m)
|Broke ground||July 11, 2012|
|Opened||February 12, 2014|
|Construction cost||US$99 million|
|Architect||Populous & DWL Architects + Planners, Inc.|
|Chicago Cubs (MLB) (spring training) (2014–present)|
Arizona League Cubs (AzL) (2014–present)
Mesa Solar Sox (AFL) (2014–present)
Sloan Park is an American baseball park in Mesa, Arizona, which opened in 2014. The primary operator is the Chicago Cubs and the ballpark serves as their spring training home and is also the home of the Arizona League Cubs of the Arizona League and the Mesa Solar Sox of the Arizona Fall League. Sloan Park was built and paid for by residents of the City of Mesa, approved by ballot measure. It was primarily built to house spring training operations for the Chicago Cubs, who had previously played at nearby Hohokam Stadium. The stadium design was led by Populous. The dimensions of the playing surface closely match those of the Cubs' regular home stadium, Wrigley Field.
With a capacity of 15,000, Sloan Park is the largest spring training stadium by capacity in Major League Baseball, surpassing Camelback Ranch in Glendale (coincidentally, spring training home of the Cubs' in-city rival the Chicago White Sox) by 2,000 seats.
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