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The Mariners dugout is on the third base side while the Padres dugout is on the first base side. Make sure to buy tickets in a odd marked section to be on the Mariners side and even for the Padres.
The only seats you may want to avoid at Peoria Stadium are the bleachers, as they do not have seat backs.
The Mariners' bullpen is cut into the right field berm, while the Padres' is cut into the left field berm.
A small roof does a decent job of providing shade in sections 200-214 in rows JJ and up and club seats in sections 300-303. By game time, most even-numbered 200 sections are covered in shade with a majority of all 200-level sections being sun free about an hour and a half after a one o'clock game.
Located above the right field bullpen is the VIP Deck which has a capacity for groups of 20-100 people. This covered deck also comes with all you can eat ballpark fare. Day of game upgrade is available for this section (without free buffet) depending on availability. Eight suites are located by the press box behind home plate, each holding a dozen people. On each side of the press box there are two sections of 300 level open-air club boxes with padded seats.
Peoria Stadium has been the Spring Training home to the Seattle Mariners since 1993 and the San Diego Padres since 1994. Located in Peoria, a suburb of Phoenix, Peoria Stadium holds just over 12,000 people and was the first MLB Spring Training facility in the country shared by two franchises. Peoria Sports Complex is used year round, in the off-season holding player rehabilitation, Extended Spring Training, and the Arizona Summer League.
There are plenty of paved parking spots available on both sides of the stadium. The east lot is located towards the outfield and the west is by home plate.
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