SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- One of the unique things about spring training is it's pretty casual. You can walk around, chat, and have a drink, all while watching baseball.
In Scottsdale, the crowd tends to be a bit younger and a bit bigger at the spring training home of the San Francisco Giants.
You can park anywhere in downtown Scottsdale and take the trolley to the game for free.
Stephanie Tippett with Scottsdale Stadium says they're looking forward to an exciting spring training season. She says the stadium is a bit smaller, which provides an intimate feeling with the crowd and players.
The lawn fits about 4,500 people, with about 12,000 people total for the stadium, and the games often sell out.
Tickets can be a bit pricier than other stadiums, and dynamic pricing means the fewer tickets that are available, the higher the ticket price.