2023 Dbacks Tickets
They may be one of the "newer" teams in Major League Baseball, but during their decades in MLB the Arizona Diamondbacks have put together an impressive resume. They have won nearly 2,000 games including a handful in the postseason and a World Series title. They have done it with exciting players like Randy Johnson, Brandon Webb and Luis Gonzales. That success on the field, coupled with many popular players has created a draw at the box office for Dbacks tickets.
Demand for Diamondbacks tickets is strong every season as Arizona has a large fan base in the Valley and ranks among the more popular teams in the National League. Dbacks fans show in big number for the top series at Chase Field and the Phoenix/Scottsdale/Tempe area is also a destination where many visiting fans will travel to see a game. The biggest Diamondbacks series are whenever the Red Sox, Cubs, Dodgers, Giants or Yankees are in Arizona. Lately the games Diamondbacks vs Dodgers have played a pivotal role in deciding the NL playoffs, so that are series that fans circle on their calendar. Truthfully, all of the D'backs NL West divisional games are a big deal including those against the Padres and SF Giants.
Diamondbacks Opening Day
What is the biggest game on the schedule for every Major League team? Opening Day, because that is the game that every team, including Arizona, are undefeated and fans want to come see their new squad. Expect big crowds at Chase Field for the Diamondbacks home opener, which may cost a bit more to purchase tickets but provide an experience like few other games during the season.
Arizona Diamondbacks Postseason
Arizona plays in the tough NL West division, so they have to overcome the Rockies, Dodgers, SF Giants and Padres to earn a division title and playoff berth. That makes demand for D'backs playoff tickets strong as fans from across the Phoenix show up to cheer on their team in the Wild Card game, NLDS, NLCS and (hopefully) World Series.
Diamondbacks Spring Training Games
Arizona is unique that they play their Spring Training games a short distance from where they play their regular-season games. The Diamondbacks play their Spring Training games at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, which is a mere 20 miles from Chase Field. Salt River Fields at Talking Stick is a gorgeous little ballpark that holds up to 11,000 fans a game. The D'backs share Salt River Fields during Spring Training with the Colorado Rockies. See the full spring training schedule.