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Arizona Diamondbacks Schedule 2023

The Arizona Diamondbacks are back in action in 2023 at Chase Field in downtown Phoenix. Here you will find their upcoming schedule, tips to attend a game, and a little history of this popular MLB baseball club.

They are part of the National League and play host to top teams each year, including the Los Angeles Dodgers, the San Diego Padres, and the Philadelphia Phillies.

You will find around 12 to 15 games at home each month starting in April. The season usually ends in late September or early October, depending on if they make the playoffs.

The Diamondbacks play both night and day games at Chase Field during the year. Their stadium has a retractable roof, which they close on days it's too hot here to play outside

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The Arizona Diamondbacks 2023 Schedule

Concrete Baseball at Chase Field

Here you will find a detailed schedule for all the home games for the Arizona Diamondbacks.

You will find several games each month and tickets are available on a number of online ticket sites or onsite through their ticket office.

Here are the games they will play tonight, tomorrow, and throughout the 2023 season!

May 2023

5/11 - 5/14: San Francisco Giants

5/26 - 5/28: Boston Red Sox

5/29 - 6/1: Colorado Rockies

June 2023

5/29 - 6/1: Colorado Rockies

6/2 - 6/4: Atlanta Braves

6/12 - 6/15: Philadelphia Phillies

6/16 - 6/18: Cleveland Guardians

6/27 - 6/29: Tampa Bay Rays

July 2023

7/4 - 7/6: New York Mets

7/7 - 7/9: Pittsburgh Pirates

7/24 - 7/26: St. Louis Cardinals

7/28 - 7/30: Seattle Mariners

August 2023

8/8 - 8/9: Los Angeles Dodgers

8/11 - 8/13: San Diego Padres

8/21 - 8/22: Texas Rangers

8/24 - 8/27: Cincinnati Reds

September 2023

9/1 - 9/3: Baltimore Orioles

9/4 - 9/6: Colorado Rockies

9/15 - 9/17: Chicago Cubs

9/19 - 9/20: San Francisco Giants

9/29 - 10/1: Houston Astros

October 2023

9/29 - 10/1: Houston Astros (final home game series)

Where to Find Tickets

You will find a variety of places to buy tickets for the games.


You can buy all-season tickets for the Arizona Diamondbacks on Ticketmaster. They work directly with the club to sell direct tickets to the games.

There is a service charge on all tickets, so make sure to double-check the full price before paying.


Another great option is StubHub. It's a third-party retailer where people are reselling the tickets they already bought.

This is a great option for those games that are more popular or when you want better seats than what Ticketmaster or the Stadium Ticket Office has to offer.

In-Person Ticket Office

You can also purchase tickets in person. If you don't mind where you sit or decide to show up last minute, this is an option for all non-sold out games.

Game Day Information for Chase Field

Chase Field Bag Policy

The Arizona Diamondbacks baseball team plays all their games at Chase Field. This state-of-the-art stadium opened in 1998. Over the years, they have added numerous upgrades to improve the game experience for both the players and the fans.

The doors open 90 minutes before the first pitch. It's fun to arrive early so you can check out all its fun activities. You can walk by the pool suite, grab something to eat or drink, or take your little ones to the kids' area for some fun before the game.

You will find a wide range of ticket prices. The prices are set based on location and the opposing team. In our experience, you will find tickets that start at around $10 to $15 a seat up to $200 or more a person.

Getting to Chase Field

Light Rail Downtown

You have several options to get to Chase Field in downtown Phoenix. You can drive, walk, or take public transit. Here are a few more details about each option.


If you are staying downtown, your best bet is to walk to the game. This allows you to check out other fun options along the way and maybe stop for a drink or a little food before you arrive.

You also won't have to worry about having to find parking when you arrive.


Another great option is to rent one of the GR:D bicycles and take that to the stadium. You will find stations all around downtown, and then you can park your bike at one of the designated stations at Chase Field when you arrive.

You can also rent one of the GR:D "dockless" bicycles. To do this, download their app, use it to find one of their dockless bikes, unlock it, and ride it to the ballpark. Once you get there, you leave the bike in a safe location, sign out on the app, and walk away.

It really doesn't get any easier than that!

Phoenix City Buses

There are three main bus lines that will get you right to or close to the stadium

  • #1: The #1 Valley Metro runs along Washington Street between downtown Phoenix and N. Priest Drive. The stop at Washington and S. 7th Street is the closest one to the stadium. Once you exit the bus, you'll walk one block south to the stadium.
  • #3: The #3 Valley Metro bus runs between Goodyear and Papago Park. The best downtown stop for this route is at E. Van Buren Street and N. 5th Street. From this stop, you'll walk three city blocks to the stadium.
  • #7: The bus runs north and south along 7th Street with a few stops around downtown Phoenix. The best stop for Chase Field is along S. 7th Street at Jefferson. You will be at the northeast corner of the stadium.

Valley Metro Light Rail

The best public transit option is the Valley Metro Light Rail. This one has several stops in downtown Phoenix and is the fastest of the transit options listed here.

The closest stop to the stadium is at 3rd and Jefferson Streets. Once you exit, you are less than one block from the stadium.

Uber or Lyft

If you prefer not to drive on your own or take public transit, you can also use an Uber or a Lyft. They will be able to drop you off within steps of the entrance to the game, which makes this a great option if budget is a concern.

Driving and Parking

Parking Lot Near Chase Field

The final option is to drive.

You will find several parking spots within an easy walk to the park. Prices range from $15 to $30 (and can increase at any time).

Here are a few options:

  • Jefferson Street Garage on Jefferson between 3rd Street and S. 4th Street
  • Chase Field Garage along S. 4th Street, right south of the stadium
  • Several lots directly south of the stadium between S. 4th Street and S. 7th Street. These are all flat lots with anywhere between 20 and 100 spots each.
  • East Garage at 601 E. Washington Street
  • The garage on N. 1st Street between E. Van Buren and E. Monroe Street, it's a great one if you don't mind walking a few blocks to and from the game, as it's easier to get into and out of since it's a little further away.

ADA and Handicapped Accessibility

The Arizona Diamondbacks stadium strives to be as ADA and handicapped-accessible as possible. Here are just some of the options you will have when you come to the ball game:

  • ADA-accessible parking with 31 spots in their attached parking lot
  • Accessible seating and companion seating
  • Electrical Outlets
  • There are ramps and escalators for your convenience
  • Some elevators are designated specifically to be ADA-accessible or for people with disabilities
  • Expanded entry and carry-in policies
  • Restrooms that are easy to access for all people
  • Service dogs and service dogs-in-training are welcome at any Diamondback game. They must be harnessed, leashed, or tethered for the safety of the person, dog, and others at the game. There is also a special area with grass that is set up specifically for animals to relieve themselves.
  • NOTE: Animals that are used for comfort, therapy, or emotional support are not allowed at the park.
  • Water fountains at different levels to accommodate your needs
  • Complimentary wheelchair escort assistance from the gates to the seating areas. Just request one of the escorts when you arrive, as you do not have the schedule them in advance
  • You can store your wheelchair, scooter, walker, or other devices at the Guest Relations Centers.

Kids at Chase Field

The D Backs stadium is a full place to bring your kids. You'll find a lot of fun things to do here.

Kids love getting to meet "Baxter the Bobcat" the mascot for the Arizona Diamondback. He will be there to sign autographs if you stop by the Raising Cain's Sandlot on the Upper Concourse during the 4th inning.

If your little ones want to have an even more long-lasting memory of their visit, they can get a photograph with Baxter.

You will also find all kinds of slides to go down, a batting cage so they can practice their hitting, or pretend to be actual ballplayers on the Futures Field. All of these events are free with your ticket.

Here are a few additional notes for those coming to a game with kids.

  • You will need a ticket for all kids 3 and older. Those under 3 must share a seat with someone in their group.
  • You are welcome to bring in your stroller as long as it will not block any other movement or block the aisle. If you don't want to deal with the hassle of dragging it around during the game, you can check them at either the Guest Relations Center in section 128 or 322.
  • Even though there aren't any special seats specifically for kids, you can request a booster seat so they can see over the people in front of them. These booster seats are on a first-come, first-served basis, and you can find them at the Guest Relations Centers.
  • Being that the Diamondbacks want you and your kids to feel as safe as possible so you can enjoy the game, they have seat location wristbands that you can get at the same Guest Relations Centers listed above. These wristbands have the child's seat number written on them. So, if your little one gets lost or confused, they can show a staff member their wristband, and they'll be taken directly back to you.

Food Options Available Inside the Stadium

You will find dozens of food options throughout the Arizona Diamondbacks stadium.

Some of our favorites for burgers and sandwiches include Gonzo's Grill (named after the Hall of Fame Diamondback Luis Gonzales), Doubleheaders, and Hungry Hill Sangwich.

Since Arizona is famous for the "Sonoran Hot Dog" and Mexican food, you might want to check out some places like Big Dawgs, or A-Zona Street Tacos.

There are also a number of great grab-and-go places like Wetzel's Pretzels, Hop Valley Box, Fry's Grab and Go. If you are looking for desserts, you can check out Cold Stone Creamery or a number of the dessert carts spread throughout the ballpark.

If you want a drink and don't want to wait in line at a restaurant, there are also beer carts around the stadium.

For those who need a more diverse dietary choice, there are gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan options to fit your needs. There are burgers, wraps, Mexican food, hot dogs, french fries, and more. Again, even though these sound like meat-based, they aren't, and you should be able to find something delicious and fill you up easily.

Also, if you don't want to spend money on food inside, you can bring in your own food. It has to be in a clear plastic bag so the staff can see it and ensure it is safe. You can also bring in water bottles as long as they are in sealed and clear plastic bottles. Empty water bottles are acceptable. You can also bring in any baby food or formula for your little one.

They do reserve the right to check any food item at the door.

Places to Eat Near The Ballpark

Crown Public House

The Arizona Diamondback's stadium is located in the heart of downtown Phoenix, so if you want some food before or after the game, you are in luck. It is actually a very difficult choice since there are so many, but these are some of our favorites.

Crown Public House

This is a great place to check out directly beside the ballpark to the west. They offer comfort food and beer with sports on TV. Since it is just beside the park, you can do some people-watching also.

The Breadfruit

Jamaican food in the middle of Phoenix? You got it right here! Super relaxed atmosphere all kinds of yummy eats and drinks, and you will think you are on the island from the second you walk in the door.

It has over 100 rums, also!

Pizzeria Bianco

Wonderful specialty pizzas made fresh. You have loads of choices and options, and it is only about 2 or 3 blocks from the ballpark.

Willie's Taco Joint

Great Mexican food at a great price. Everything here is inexpensive and yet still tastes delicious. Their margaritas are yummy if you want a drink, also. It is only about 1 block from the stadium.

The Arrogant Butcher

A TripAdvisor's "Traveler's Choice 2020", you know you'll get a great meal here. Even though the name suggests it would be a meat lovers' place only, they also have vegetarian and vegan options. It is about 2 to 3 blocks from the ballpark.

Places to Stay Nearby

Downtown Phoenix is a traveler's dream location. There are so many hotels near the Arizona Diamondbacks stadium. You will be able to find somewhere, no matter your price point.

The Hilton Garden Inn Phoenix

This 3-star hotel is just .5 miles from the stadium and is beautiful inside and out. Highlights include a gym, free Wi-Fi, and a bar/lounge.

15 E. Monroe Street

Hyatt Regency Phoenix

This 4-star hotel is also .5 miles from the stadium. With over 600 rooms, you will definitely find one for you. This hotel is very upscale and hip inside and out. Amenities include a pool, 2 restaurants and a bar, a fitness center, and more.

The Westin Phoenix

This beauty is another 4-star hotel just .6 miles away from the stadium. It is pet-friendly and has a restaurant, bar, pool, and more. Every room has a great view, and the pool is on a deck outside, so that you will get a great view of the city from it, also!

333 North Central Avenue

Fun Facts and History about the Diamondbacks

Here are just a few fun facts about the Arizona Diamondbacks and Chase Field:

  • It was opened in 1998.
  • Alan Trammel, Randy Johnson, and Louis Gonzalez are all in the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame.
  • Randy Johnson threw one of only 23 perfect games in the whole history of the MLB. He was also the oldest to throw on at age 40. It is still the only no-hitter and perfect game in Diamondback history.
  • It was built with a retractable roof so that, depending on the weather, they could open or close it. Most people think this is only because it can get so hot during the summers here, but there is also the "Monsoon Season," which can cause massive downpours or even hail! This will keep everyone safe.
  • The retractable roof weighs over 9 MILLION POUNDS and uses 2 motors to open or close it. It takes only 4 minutes to open or close it. Either side can open or close on its own, so if there is too much sun on one side of the park, they can just close that side. Or, depending on the weather, they can close both sides and come together in the middle.
  • The highest point of the roof is 255 feet above the ground.
  • There is a 136-foot long by 46-foot high LED video board so you can see close up no matter where you are sitting.
  • It was the first stadium to have a pool inside it!
  • You can swim and play around in the pool during the games.
  • The Cub's first baseman Mark Grace was the first to hit a home run into the pool on May 12th, 1998.
  • They have hosted numerous special events, including the 2011 MLB All-Star Game, AMA Supercross, and Monster Jam Series races, and even international soccer games.

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