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Near Scottsdale Stadium: FireSky Resort & Spa hits it out of the park.

FireSky Resort & Spa is a homerun with baseball fans traveling to Scottsdale to cheer for their favorite Cactus League teams during the Spring Training season. Located just a short 10 minutes from Scottsdale Stadium, the official San Francisco Giants Spring Training facility, FireSky Resort & Spa is an ideal home base for fans who want to stay close to the MLB action. Our central location also puts us close to the home stadiums of the Colorado Rockies and Arizona Diamondbacks (along with easy freeway access to the fields of the 12 other ball clubs). Plus, Old Town Scottsdale's buzzing restaurant-and-bar-packed scene, perfect for guests whose evenings have extra innings, is located within walking distance of the resort. FireSky also offers a complimentary shuttle for travel within three miles of the resort, just to make it that much easier catch a game or celebrate with fellow fans.

Scottsdale's rich baseball history goes back several decades, at least to the formation of the organization we know today as The Cactus League, which began to take shape in 1946. That was when its first two teams, the Cleveland Indians and the New York Giants, headed west for warm, sunny days and reliably dry weather. Today, Arizona is the training home to 15 major league teams, with fans breaking attendance records with each new stadium opening. More than 1.5 million fans attended the 233 Cactus League home games in 2011, when Scottsdale saw the addition of a new Spring Training stadium, the Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, which opened with rave reviews of its majestic mountain views and top-notch culinary fare.

When you stay at FireSky Resort & Spa, you might want to bring your mitt, because baseball fever is catching.

The current Cactus League Roster:

  • Arizona Diamondbacks
  • Chicago Cubs
  • Cincinnati Reds
  • Cleveland Indians
  • Colorado Rockies
  • Chicago White Sox
  • Kansas City Royals
  • Angels Baseball
  • Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Milwaukee Brewers
  • Oakland A's
  • San Diego Padres
  • Seattle Mariners
  • San Francisco Giants
  • Texas Rangers