2500 East Ajo Way
Tucson Arizona 85713
1966; renovated in 2003
The D-backs not only have the good fortune of training less
than two hours away from Chase Field, they have the opportunity
to work in one of the most modern spring facilities in baseball.
Tucson Electric Park is the centerpiece of the Pima County Kino
Sports Complex, that also includes six-field practice facilities
for both the D-backs and Chicago White Sox.
Electric Park has a capacity of 11,500, including 8,500 seats in
the main grandstand and another 3,000 available on the outfield
lawn. Also the summer home of the Tucson Sidewinders, TEP
features a major league clubhouse that the D-backs use during
the spring and clubhouses for visiting clubs and umpires. The
home clubhouse also has an indoor batting cage located on the
lower level on the way to the playing field.
During the spring session, the D-backs will dress daily in
the major league clubhouse at Tucson Electric Park, while doing
the majority of their work at the minor league complex across
Ajo Way. Once the exhibition season begins, Arizona will take
batting practice either on the stadium field, or on a diamond
behind TEP, where the D-Backs also have a half-field for infield
work. The D-backs generally hit the field at 9:30 a.m. on a
daily basis during the workout phase of camp.
Tucson Electric Park has a symmetrical playing surface,
measuring 340 feet down each foul line and 405 to straightaway
center field. The spring home for the D-backs is located at 2500
East Ajo Way in Tucson.