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Maryvale Baseball Park
3600 N. 51st Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85713
(800)933-7890 (MAP)


All seats are good and most are cheaper than other Valley teams. There is good value to be had with the tickets. Good seats: This is a stadium where all the seats are good seats. The seats between the dugouts are good size, comfortable and have backs on them. Cup holders would be nice, but we can live without them. Down the line seats: For under $15, you can get a nice seat behind the dugouts. Uecker seats: No seat is bad here. It is a very fan friendly place. Lawn seats: For $5 – you can't beat it. Not crowded. Relaxed. Great chance of getting a Ryan Braun shot. But beware that the lawn is very very steep. Also some lawn seats available along the 1 st base side. Wise seating tip: Sit behind the 1 st base or 3 rd base dugout if you can….all the action is there. The Brewers give away things at the end of nearly every inning and most of it comes from the top of the dugouts. T-shirts, hats, you name it. 

Sausage Race
The best in-game entertainment in baseball. Period. No comparison. Once you've seen one, you'll want it at every baseball game thereafter. During spring training they shorten the run. They only run from the right outfield corner to home plate, but during the season in Milwaukee – it's a marathon, completely around the entire warning track dugout to dugout. After the race, go to the mezzanine and get your photograph taken with the Sausages.  

We love the stadium, the practice complex, and the atmosphere of the games – but the location of the place is in a pretty rough part of Phoenix . Don't worry as the parking has always appeared safe and secure. But the area is just not good for after-game events. Be prepared to leave the area after the game.  

Macayo's Mexican Kitchen
No trip to Arizona for Spring Training is complete without enjoying the best tasting Mexican food around. Macayo's Mexican Kitchen is a Valley of the Sun tradition, serving delicious chimichangas, tacos and enchiladas in town since 1946. Before or after the Brewers game, fans can visit either of our central Phoenix locations at 75 th Ave & Thomas or in Downtown at Central Ave & Indian School Rd .  www.macayo.com

Sneak A Free Peak, Seriously
There’s a small area near the main (home plate) entrance that allows you to see the field in front of you through some steel bars. The field is below street level so you can sneak a free peak, basically. This is also a good place where a scalper or Joe fan may approach you, looking to dump a ticket at half price or even for like $5 or even for nothing.
Joe Connor, Author of A Fan’s Guide To The Ultimate Spring Training Experience, www.modernerabaseball.com 

A Fan-Friendly Ballpark With Fan-Friendly Ushers
The Brewers' spring training ballpark is often referred to as a hidden gem and that's partially because the team perennially ranks near the bottom in Cactus League home attendance. So, excepting for when the Cubs pay a visit, you don't need to pay for tickets in advance. And when you do buy them, the cheap seats will do just fine as the ushers in Maryvale are as lenient as they come. On days that crowds are sparse you can sit where you like when you like regardless of what your ticket says. Or you can choose to stay put, as there's not really a bad seat in the house.
Graham Knight, author of the Arizona Spring Training Ballpark Guide 

Join the chain gang
I know plenty of people who avoid chain restaurants while traveling. But, what about chains you don't normally frequent? The Phoenix area has plenty that haven't made their way to Milwaukee yet, including Jamba Juice, Baja Fresh, Sweet Tomatoes (a personal favorite) and In-N-Out Burger.
Drew Olson - onmilwaukee.com 

Simply the best
It almost pains me to give up this secret, but my favorite Mexican restaurant in the world -- and one of my favorites overall -- is Los Dos Molinos, 8684 S. Central Ave. This family-owned spot is crowded nearly every night, particularly during spring training, and is closed Sunday and Monday, which adds to the crowding. They cook with Hatch chiles from New Mexico, so the food is hot -- but delicious. The salsa and sangria are fresh and tasty. The carnitas (slow roasted pork), shrimp Veracruz and blue corn enchiladas are worth the wait.
Drew Olson - onmilwaukee.com  

Check out the kids
The Brewers' minor-league complex is located across the parking lot from the main stadium at Maryvale Baseball Park and it's fun to check out the prospects in pre-game practice or in a game. The mood is very low-key, but access is amazing. You might just stumble upon the next Ryan Braun or Yovani Gallardo.
Drew Olson - onmilwaukee.com  

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Places to Stay


Days Inn
(602) 484-9257
1550 N 52nd Dr Phoenix, AZ 85043
1.7 mi S
Red Roof Inn
(602) 233-8004
5215 W Willetta St Phoenix, AZ 85043
1.8 mi S
Holiday Inn Phoenix-West
(602) 484-9009 or (602) 484-7142
1500 N 51st Ave Phoenix, AZ 85043
1.8 mi S

Hampton Inn Phoenix I-10 West
(602) 484-7000 
5152 W Latham Street Phoenix, AZ 85043



Maryvale Municipal Golf Course
(623) 846-4022
5902 W Indian School Rd Phoenix, AZ 85033
1.1 mi W
Glen Lakes Municipal Golf
(623) 939-7541 or (623) 939-7617
5450 W Northern Ave Glendale, AZ 85301
4.3 mi N
Encanto-18 Municipal Golf Course
(602) 253-3963
2775 N 15th Ave Phoenix, AZ 85007
4.6 mi E
Aguila Golf Course
(602) 237-9601
7858 N 35th Ave Phoenix, AZ 85051
4.7 mi NE

2017 Schedule



MIL Homepage News

Brinson hits 1st HR in return; Garza to DL
Top Brewers prospect Lewis Brinson is back in the big leagues and determined to have more fun the second time around. Brinson connected for his first Major League home run in an 8-5 loss to the Nationals after being recalled from Triple-A Colorado Springs when the Brewers placed pitcher Matt Garza (right calf strain) on the 10-day disabled list.
07/27/2017 12:33 AM

Brewers can't hold lead, fall out of 1st place
Bryce Harper didn't get it done, but Ryan Zimmerman did, following Harper's fiery strikeout and ejection with the game on the line in the eighth inning by punching a two-out, two-run double for the go-ahead runs in the Nationals' 8-5 win over the Brewers on Wednesday night at Nationals Park.
07/26/2017 11:18 PM

Nelson's gem spoiled by bullpen's rough 8th
The good news for the Brewers on Wednesday was that they put the finishing touches on a trade with the White Sox for Anthony Swarzak, giving manager Craig Counsell another option for high-leverage spots. The bad news for the Brewers was that Swarzak was a day late.
07/27/2017 12:14 AM

Brewers land Swarzak to boost bullpen
After both clubs finalized reviews of medical records overnight, the Brewers and White Sox announced a swap that sent reliever Anthony Swarzak to Milwaukee for outfield prospect Ryan Cordell. Swarzak, a pending free agent in the midst of a career year at 31, will help the Brewers immediately.
07/26/2017 11:46 PM

Blazek faces Nats in first Major League start
Max Scherzer will look to return to his dominant self when he opposes the Brewers and right-hander Michael Blazek, who'll make his first career Major League start, in the rubber game at Nationals Park on Thursday afternoon.
07/26/2017 11:50 PM



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