Friday, March 5, 2010

The Backfield of Hohokam Baseball Stadium

Mesa's Hohokam baseball stadium has a section above the outfield where people can choose to sit on a grassy knoll for a picnic.

Many people like sitting on blankets and watching the game from this vantage point instead of in seats or bleachers.

It is also a good location for families who can let their kids run around while the parents watch the game. The seats are cheaper also.

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10 comments:

Gerald (Hyde DP) said...

sounds like a great idea to me

Leif Hagen said...

Looks like a fun place to hang out with friends and a beer! We'll be able to do that here in June, I guess...

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

At the beginning of the Cubs games the announcer always gives the temperature at the stadium, which is usually in the 70's, and the temperature back in Chicago, which is usually in the 40's.

No wonder people enjoy having a picnic in the grass and sun while watching the ball game.

Thérèse said...

You make us want to go and relax...
Have a nice weekend Julie!

Sharon said...

Lot's of people are enjoying the game, and the warm sunshine.

Halcyon said...

How do they get the grass so green? I thought you were living in a desert? ;)

Lois said...

This is probably where you would find me!

Kate said...

What a wonderful way to watch a game. Terrific idea! I'm paying more attention to the sports' section in the newspaper now because of your posts.

Jørgen Carlsen said...

Relaxing and enjoying - essentials of life.

Randy said...

I miss playing hookie from work just to sneak off to a Spring Training game. Nice shot!

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