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Guide to spring training stadiums: LA Angels' Tempe Diablo Stadium

Here's everything you need to know about the Tempe home of the Halos.
Credit: AP
Temple Diablo Stadium before a spring training baseball game between the Los Angeles Angels and the Kansas City Royals Sunday, March 6, 2016, in Tempe, Ariz. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)

If Tempe looks like it’s got a little extra red splashed around town, that only means one thing… The Los Angeles Angels are back in town for spring training. 

The Cactus League home of the Angels is Tempe Diablo Stadium and it’s a great spot to catch some baseball for East Valley sports fans. To help you navigate this year’s spring training season, here’s everything you need to know about the stadium. 

How to buy tickets

To purchase tickets for games at Tempe Diablo Stadium, head to the Los Angeles Angels’ website or call 888-796-HALO. You can also buy tickets at the stadium box office.

Where to park

There are a few options to park near the stadium for Angels games. The Tempe Diablo Stadium parking lots open approximately two hours prior to the start of all home games. Those attending the games can enter both the West and East Lots via Alameda Drive.

If you would like to purchase a seasonal parking pass, you can call Tempe Diablo Stadium at 480-491-3680 for more information.

Additional parking can be found in nearby lots along 48th Street and Broadway Road.

Ballpark highlights

The stadium is nestled right next to The Buttes resort, providing a unique view of Tempe. From inside the stadium, fans can look out to the mountain where the resort is located.

Fans can also watch the games on their favorite blanket from lawn sections in left field and along the third-base side.

For the foodies, Tempe Diablo Stadium offers a great selection of unique food choices in the left field plaza and Right Field Patio. 

If you’re looking to avoid sitting in direct sunlight, there are several shady options available on the third-base side near the dugout and home plate.

Nearby restaurants and bars

For a quick fast-food fix, Whataburger, Del Taco and Panda Express are located right near the stadium on 48th Street and Broadway Road. If you want something a little more upscale, the Top of the Rock Restaurant at The Buttes overs incredible views with an amazing meal.

On Mill and Southern avenues, you can try the Mexican cuisine of Casa Reynoso or go with some Italian food at Red Devil Restaurant and Pizzeria.

Other good food options include Cornish Pasty and Oregano’s Pizza Bistro near Hardy and University drives. 

For those who make it out to a game, be sure to share your spring training photos on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter using #BeOn12!