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Peoria Sports Complex was the first Major League Baseball spring training and player development facility in the country shared by two teams. Built in 1994, the San Diego Padres and Seattle Mariners utilize the facility year round. The complex has a...more
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Watch either the San Diego Padres or the Seattle Mariners Spring Training.
Nice field, and the cheap seats are out on the grass beyond the outfield. If you're lucky, you might even get an autograph from one of the players.
Pretty good food choices. If...More
This facility represents the City of Peoria extremely well. The field and surrounding have been developed from cotton field many years ago and now it blends in with the thousands of home and businesses in the area. On a personal note I would like to...More
The stadium does not have a bad seat. You can see the game and the players no matter where you sit. The hot dogs are great and the beer is cool. No better way to hang out in Spring, for Spring Training!!!
It's the first shared complex by two baseball teams built back in the 90s park across the street and walk if you want to save on parking
Good solid family fun stadium
Great variety of food
Taste of San Diego throughout
I have always been the geeky girl that loves baseball so I was excited when my friends wanted to go to Spring Training with me this year. We chose three stadiums and Peoria Sports Complex was one of them since we are from San Diego...More
Attended a spring training game and I really appreciated the complex. There were good viewing seats with plenty of shade available, the choice of food was very good and the women restrooms had sufficient stalls. I liked that you can bring in your own food....More