Fans can watch the players warm up and practice daily on the Practice Fields at the Peoria Sports Complex. Practice field gates open in the morning and are free of charge. It is a great opportunity to watch the players in an up close and relaxed setting.
Jennifer - Peoria Sports Complex
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 Mariners game, fans can visit any either of our Northwest Valley locations in 59 th Ave & Bell Rd. in Glendale or in Surprise at Bell Rd & Reems Rd www.macayo.com
Positioned south of Bell road and just across the street from the Peoria Sports Complex, Spring Training home of the Mariners and Padres, McDuffy's is a complete entertainment experience.
Not only does McDuffy's showcase a large dining room and offer an extensive menu of delicious food that is family friendly and dynamic, but it is also an extremely popular destination for active adults looking to socialize and celebrate. The separate, stylish, granite and mirrored wrap-around Lounge area of McDuffy's features a wide selection of draft beers, specialty drinks and a full line of quality spirits. Dynamic wall displays support a mix of multi-sized and shaped screens, showcasing sports events from it's extensive sports satellite capabilities, music videos and crowd pleasing highlights.
Guests are provided with numerous options to experience a total evening of dining, music and entertainment, including spacious booths, two outdoor patios, a semi private VIP area, and a mezzanine "viewing area" overlooking the dancing activities. www.mcduffys.com
Submit a tip for the Mariners
To get Mariners autographs, patiently stake out a place as close to their clubhouse entrance, on the east side of their building. Get to the complex real early to familiarize yourself as the Padres share the facility and have a separate clubhouse.
Joe Connor, Author of A Fan’s Guide To The Ultimate Spring Training Experience, www.modernerabaseball.com
SEA Homepage News
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See what's new on MLB.TV and catch all the action
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