Cactus League tour: Peoria Sports Complex

A general view from behind home plate at the Peoria Sports Complex.

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Home to the Seattle Mariners and San Diego Padres, Peoria Sports Complex was the first facility in the country shared by two teams. Even though the it was built in 1994, it continues to attract many fans.

Visiting Peoria Sports Complex this spring, we noticed a wide variety of new additions. Last year, the complex upgraded its clubhouses, offices and weight rooms. This year, the second phase, of a three-year renovation process enhanced the stadium and its comfort for the fans.

On the third base side, you’ll notice a new concession area with the Point Loma Landing party deck. Another addition is the expanded concourse area in the outfield that features a shaded bar with plenty of room to socialize. Both new areas offer multiple tables and a great view of the field.

The complex also made stadium-seat renovations, added a combined two-story team store and renovated the front gates with more ticket windows.

We caught up with a few fans that make it a must to get to six games in six days at their favorite park (hint: it’s Peoria Sports Complex).