The Oakland Athletics make their 2015 Cactus League debut Tuesday, March 3 at newly renovated Hohokam Stadium in Mesa, Arizona.
The A’s will play 15 of their 30 Cactus League games at 10,000-seat Hohokam Stadium, which was part of $26.9 million in renovations, including the Fitch Park minor league complex. This will be the A’s first season as part of a 20-year agreement with the City of Mesa. The A’s new spring training home will feature approximately 7,500 new seats and approximate space for an additional 2,500 spectators to sit on the grass berms surrounding the outfield. Upon entering Hohokam, fans will also discover new amenities such as the largest HD scoreboard in the Cactus League (26 x 56 feet), new shaded areas for groups, a brand new flagship team shop, and automated ticketing kiosks. Secure A’s Spring Training season tickets in the inaugural year at Hohokam Stadium. Season tickets and group seating of 20 or more are now available.
Single game tickets, which will go on sale Wednesday, December 10, will be priced dynamically and will fluctuate based on factors affecting supply and demand.