SALT RIVER PIMA-MARICOPA INDIAN COMMUNITY — All 15 Spring Training home games for both the Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies have sold out, Salt River Fields at Talking Stick and the D-backs said Sunday.
Tickets to the D-backs' away games may still be available.
Most of the tickets were claimed earlier this week during the teams' presales, the D-backs said, while any remaining tickets were claimed Sunday morning, Feb. 21, shortly after tickets went on sale to the general public.
Salt River Fields, like the nine other Spring Training stadiums in the Valley, are operating at significantly reduced capacities this season because of the ongoing pandemic. Around 2,200 fans will be allowed inside Salt River Fields for each home game, compared to the stadium's total 11,000 seat capacity.
Tickets to see the Oakland Athletics, Milwaukee Brewers, Chicago Cubs, Los Angeles Dodgers, Chicago White Sox, Kansas City Royals, and Texas Rangers went on sale last week.
Tickets to see the Cincinnati Reds and Cleveland Indians go on sale on Monday, followed by the Los Angeles Angels on Tuesday, and San Diego Padres and Seattle Mariners on Wednesday.
The Giants said season subscribers would have first priority at Spring Training tickets and any remaining would go on sale to the general public.
Other changes fans should expect for Spring Training games this year:
- Tickets for most stadiums are being sold in "pods" of 1-6 tickets, depending on the team and the stadium. Some stadiums are not selling individual tickets.
- masks are required to be worn throughout the stadium (except when actively eating and drinking)
- bags are not allowed inside most stadiums this year (except for small purses and wallets)
- Practices are closed to the public this year and players will likely not be signing autographs due to the pandemic
- Concessions will be limited at all stadiums and items will be sold in prepackaged containers. No sunflower seeds this year to reduce spitting.