Oakland Athletics Spring Training
The Boys of Summer return to Mesa to begin their journey to clench the World Series Title.
2023 Games At Hohokam Stadium
February 25: Arizona Diamondbacks (Home: Split Squad)
February 26: Milwaukee Brewers (Split Squad)
February 27: Colorado Rockies (Home)
February 28: Los Angeles Angels (Home)
March 1: Cincinnati Reds
March 2: Chicago Cubs
March 3: Kansas City Royals (Home)
March 4: Cleveland Guardians (Home: Split Squad)
March 4: Cincinnati Reds (Home: Split Squad)
March 5: San Diego Padres (Split Squad)
March 5: Cincinnati Reds (Home: Split Squad)
March 7: Arizona Diamondbacks
March 8: Colorado Rockies (Home)
March 9: Los Angeles Dodgers (Home)
March 10: Texas Rangers (Home)
March 11: Cleveland Guardians
March 12: San Francisco Giants (Split Squad)
March 12: San Diego Padres (Home: Split Squad)
March 13: Colorado Rockies
March 14: Chicago White Sox
March 15: Seattle Mariners (Home)
March 16: Kansas City Royals
March 17: San Francisco Giants (Home)
March 18: Cincinnati Reds (Home)
March 19: Los Angeles Dodgers
March 21: Los Angeles Angels
March 22: Chicago Cubs (Home)
March 23: Texas Rangers
March 24: Chicago White Sox (Home: Split Squad)
March 24: Seattle Mariners (Split Squad)
March 25: Milwaukee Brewers (Home)
March 26: San Francisco Giants (Home)
March 27: San Francisco Giants
Check back soon for Oakland A's Spring Training 2023 updates.
ABOUT HOHOKAM STADIUM
In 1977 the A's opened the then newly built Hohokam Stadium. In 2015, the A's returned to Hohokam, this time with a renovated state of the art facility in the heart of Mesa. Athletics fans can enjoy one of the newest renovated stadiums in the Cactus League, with new upgrades such as the brand new HD scoreboard display and new seating areas to make watching a game at Hohokam an experience like no other. Additional improvements include the exterior and entrance gates branded to match the Oakland A's green and gold color scheme.
Hohokam and Fitch Park are the sites for the City of Mesa's baseball fields and training facilities, with the centerpiece being Dwight W. Patterson Field at Hohokam Park, the former spring training home of the Chicago Cubs.
Major league baseball first came to Mesa for spring training in 1952, when the Cubs set up camp at Rendezvous Park. That park was razed in 1976, replaced by a new stadium at Hohokam Park. That facility, in turn, was demolished in 1996, and was replaced by a new and enlarged stadium and training facility which opened in February 1997.
Supplemental training facilities at Fitch Park also were rebuilt in 2015 including four practice fields, one practice infield, and a new 25,000-square-foot clubhouse.
Hohokam Park is located at 1235 N. Center St., between Brown and McKellips roads in northwest Mesa. Fitch Park is located less than one mile south, at the corner of Center and 6th Streets.
For more information about the stadium and practice fields, visit www.hohokamstadium.com