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The Athletics dugout can be found on the first base side of the dugout. Purchase tickets in a odd numbered section to be on the same side as the A's.
Hohokam Park has a lot of protection from the sun, with sections 200-207, 209, 211, and 213 being covered in shade for the entire game. Most seats in sections 208, 210, 212, 214 are shaded as well, with all seats in these sections shaded by 2:00.
On the third base side of the park is a patio ideal for group seating. Another patio called the Hyatt Place Patio can be found next to the press box above section 208. This patio is open-air but covered and can hold 30-90 people. Built in 2016, the Right Field Lounge is the newest option for group seating and can be found behind section 119. This lounge is covered, catered and also includes tickets in section 119 due to the lack of views when inside the lounge.
There is roughly 3,000 parking spots at Hohokam Park, most in grass fields used for youth soccer on non-game days. There is a paved lot for season ticket holders and additional parking available at houses close to the park. Parking in the neighborhood is typically the cheaper option and often the quickest way to exit when leaving a game.
Hohokam Stadium opened in 1997 and has been the Spring Training home for the Oakland Athletics since 2015. Previously home to the Cubs from 1997-2013, Hohokam was renovated in 2014 and today holds 10,000 people. Located in Mesa, Arizona, Hohokam Stadium is a must for any baseball fan checking out a game in the Cactus League.
High guard rails cause sight line obstructions in section 207, row 7 seats 6-13 and section 208, row 7 seats 1-8. Be cautious of purchasing tickets in sections 123 and 124 as there are a few obstructions hurting your view. These two sections, including Field Level sections in 115-122 have no protection from the hot Arizona sun.
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