Some of the biggest names in sports called Arizona State University home during their collegiate years, including World Series Champion Dustin Pedroia, Hall of Famer and “Mr. October” Reggie Jackson, three-time Masters champion Phil Mickelson, NBA All-Star and Olympic gold medalist James Harden, Super Bowl winning linebacker Terrell Suggs as well as former NFL safety and fallen United States Army veteran, Pat Tillman.
Arizona is home to Cactus League Spring Training Baseball. See your favorite players and teams get ready for the upcoming Major League Baseball season here in the Arizona. Tempe is proud to be the spring training home of Mike Trout and the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
Arizona State baseball plays their home games at Phoenix Municipal Stadium, located on the southeast corner of Van Buren St. and Priest Dr. See the Sun Devil baseball team bring the heat against tough opponents during the 2017 collegiate baseball season. Head Coach Tracy Smith and the Arizona State Sun Devil baseball team will welcome schools such as Oregon State, UCLA and Stanford to the Sonoran Desert this season. See the full 2017 ASU baseball schedule.
Catch the Angels Baseball Spring Training in March at Tempe Diablo Stadium. Schedule and ticket information available by visiting angels.com. For Spring Training season tickets or group packages, call (888) 796-HALO (4256).
The Cardinals, founded in 1898 and a charter member of the National Football League, play at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale.
Experience the excitement of NHL hockey in Gila River Arena in Glendale. October – April annually.
See the Arizona Diamondbacks play at the unique Chase Field, April – September annually. An Arizona Diamondbacks game is the perfect place to host a unique event. Private suites and group areas are available.
Arena football at US Airways Center. February-August annually.
The 27th Annual Cactus Bowl will be held at Chase Field in Downtown Phoenix. Traditional college bands, cheerleaders and hard-hitting action are staples of this exciting bowl game that will be played on January 2, 2016.
As a member of the College Football Playoff, the 45th Annual Fiesta Bowl will host two of the nation’s top college football teams as determined by the College Football Playoff Selection Committee. The Fiesta Bowl will be played at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale on January 1, 2016.
WNBA women’s basketball. May – August annually.
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