Sloan Park

Park Name: Sloan Park


Mesa Solar Sox (Arizona Fall League)

Chicago Cubs (Cactus League)

Opened: 2014

Address: 2330 West Rio Salado Parkway, Mesa, Arizona 85201

Dimensions: 360' (L), 410' (C), 360' (R)

Former Names:

Cubs Park (2014)

The view from behind home plate at Sloan Park.

The view from down the first base line.

The view from down the third base line, with mountains visible in the background.

The grandstand at Sloan Park as seen from center field. The light standards on the roof echo the ones at Wrigley Field.

The pressbox and suite level, with a sun shade extending out over the grandstand.

The back of the grandstand as seen from the concourse.

One of the concession stands is the Rendezvous Park Grill, named after the Cubs original home in Mesa.

A mural on the outside of the park shows a timeline of Cubs logos throughout the years.

A marquee on the concourse is reminiscent of the iconic marquee outside Wrigley Field, and allows fans to have their names broadcast in lights.

A series of sun shades along the concourse provide some breaks from the Arizona sun.

Like at Wrigley, a clock sits atop the scoreboard, and "rooftop seating" atop the outfield building gives fans the same view of the game as those seats across the street from Wrigley in Chicago.

Sloan Park features one of the largest berms in Spring Training as the Cubs draw some of the biggest crowds in the Cactus League.

An area behind the center field berm allows local food trucks to pull up to the park and serve fans at the game.

The wiffle ball field on the concourse features Wrigley-like ivy covered outfield walls.

Practice fields and the Cubs clubhouse, as seen from inside the stadium.

The curves and dimensions of the outfield wall mirror those at Wrigley Field, including the signature cut outs in each corner.

The Chicago Cubs on the field during a Spring Training game during the inaugural season at Sloan Park.