Chicago Cubs Scottsdale Tickets
Currently playing its home games at the Wrigley Field, Chicago Cubs was formed back in 1870 as the Chicago White Stockings. The team is the charter member of the National League, in fact, it is one of the two remaining teams. The upcoming 2014 season will mark Cubs’ 142nd season overall. However, before the regular season sets in, the team will be showcasing a glimpse of its skills at the spring training. To practice, Cubs will be going over to Salt River Fields in Scottsdale to face Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies. Before the regular season kicks in, get your dose of baseball action with Chicago Cubs Scottsdale tickets.
- Spring Training: San Francisco Giants vs. Chicago Cubs, Scottsdale Stadium tickets for 02/25 01:05 PM at Scottsdale Stadium, Scottsdale, AZ
- Sat Feb 25 2017
- Spring Training: Colorado Rockies vs. Chicago Cubs, Salt River Fields tickets for 03/20 03:30 AM at Salt River Fields, Scottsdale, AZ
- Mon Mar 20 2017
- Spring Training: Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Chicago Cubs, Salt River Fields tickets for 03/23 03:30 AM at Salt River Fields, Scottsdale, AZ
- Thu Mar 23 2017
A series of exhibition and practice games, known as spring training, attracts a large number of baseball fans from across the nation. This year isn’t expected to be any different either as the fans of Chicago Cubs will get to see their favorite players train before the points start to matter. As per Cubs’ spring training schedule, the team will be going away to Scottsdale for some exhibition games. Chicago Cubs Scottsdale visit will have them going up against Arizona Diamondbacks & Colorado Rockies at Salt River Fields. Watch as the Cubs’ polish their skills and offer an appetizer for baseball fans with Chicago Cubs Scottsdale tickets.
Spring training is divided into two leagues as per the locations. The teams in Grapefruit League play in the state of Florida, while those in Cactus League play their games in Arizona. Cubs play in Cactus League while calling HoHoKam Stadium in Mesa its home ground. Since the spring training matchups take place in the regions with warmer climatic conditions, it attracts large crowds who intend to enjoy the spring season as well as watch Cubs play. After the whole winter season without fresh baseball action, Cubs fans head out to watch spring training without missing a beat. This spring training will be serving as a proving ground for new comers, while helping old Cubs players gain back their momentum. It will be as exciting as ever.