Goodyear Arizona Sports
March will go by without its traditional basketball madness for a month, and in what appears to be the most bizarre move in professional sports history, Major League Baseball has announced plans to immediately halt all competitions, announcing that it will suspend all spring practice games and postpone the start of its season by at least two weeks. The opening day date of our national pastime has come and gone, but not before Major League Baseball announced its intention to suspend all spring practice games for the first time in its history on March 1, 2017.
One member of the Utah Jazz tested positive for a novel coronavirus, and all other members of his traveling party tested negative, the team said. The NBA is the first to do so, imposing a season suspension after a second Jazz player tested positive on Thursday.
The Valero Texas Open was cancelled when the PGA Tour called off the tournament in early April because of the weather. The golf tournament, scheduled for April 2-5 at TPC San Antonio, was the first major tournament in the state since the 2010 US Open. The Players Championship in Florida on Thursday went according to plan for fans on the course, but some still expressed concerns about the safety of players and their families, as well as the golf course itself.
The men's basketball tournament alone brings in nearly $1 billion a year to the NCAA's hundreds of member institutions. The National Association of College Sports announced Thursday that the men's, women's and men's basketball tournaments will be canceled for the 2014-15 season. It announced that all activities planned for today and Saturday will be suspended due to weather conditions at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and other venues.
It is the most expensive spring training facility ever built and paid for by a municipality, covering an area of 103 hectares. The stadium complex is owned by the city of Goodyear and is home to the Arizona Diamondbacks, Major League Baseball team and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
The Kids Zone is located in the right corner of the field and includes a mini baseball field located on the first base of the stadium. The mini baseball fields are located in Section 122, and there is a children's zone with a playground for children of all ages, located in the first and second bases on the left and right sides of the base. The stadium is home to the Arizona Diamondbacks and the University of North Carolina baseball team in Chapel Hill.
Cincy's favorite chili is served at the Coney concessionaire on the left field line. Other interesting food options are to be found in the right area of the stadium, where barbecue variations are served every year, across the field. Visit Hot Dog Nation to choose from a variety of hot dog options such as hot dogs, hamburgers, burgers, fries and more.
To ensure that you are on the Cincinnati side of the stadium, you can purchase your tickets from the Coney concessionaire on the left field line. To make sure you are on the side of Cleveland's stadium, and not the other way around, buy a ticket in front of your ticket counter.
Note: Before heading to the training field, it is important to take exit 127 to connect to Wood Boulevard and Wood Avenue, which are connected to both Cincinnati and Cleveland player development complexes at Wood Blvd.
There are plenty of dedicated parking spaces on both sides of Wood Blvd, ensuring a short walk. However, if you do not want to walk, there is free parking at the foot of the complex, where the clubhouse and the training facilities used by the team are located. The Indians complex is closer to Goodyear Ballpark, so you have to go through a lot of commercialized mess to get there. The Estrella Parkway 126 is a direct access to the ballpark and certainly the busier way.
The entrance is decorated and houses the team shop and several concession stands, and the cinder block concession stand in center field is painted dark green to provide a backdrop for the hitters. The nine ticket counters are located at the entrance gate to the home plate, which is designed as the main entrance to the ballpark. Four of them are on the left side of the field, one on each side and one on the right. Not far from the main entrances you will find a written exhibition of tickets and a sign with the Indian logo.
Mexican grill is in third place, and freestanding cars can be found serving things like Philly cheese steaks. The six suites form the only upper seating level of the ballpark and have a complete bar with food to eat. Each suite has a roof area that can accommodate up to 90 people and is designed for groups. If there is room, day tickets are sold to individuals and night tickets to families.