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Angels' Tempe Diablo Stadium

On Saturday, March 19, the Cleveland Indians visited Tempe Diablo Stadium to play the Los Angeles Angels in a Cactus League exhibition game. There are some very cool features at Tempe Diablo Stadium.

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    This mountain just beyond left field is an amazing sight to see at Tempe Diablo Stadium.
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    Tempe Diablo Stadium is actually surrounded by mountains on one side and interstate freeway on another.
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    Tempe Diablo Stadium is home to the Los Angeles Angels.
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    That building behind the left field grass seating area is a hotel. It is a resort that is pretty expensive. People staying there were watching the Indians and Angels play from their balcony.
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    A great view of Tempe Diablo Stadium.
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    Outfield view, which is just in front of interstate highway.
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    Behind home plate.
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    Indians relief pitcher Jensen Lewis gets some work in.
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    An amazing view at Tempe Diablo Stadium.
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    And another...
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    The other side of the ballpark.
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    It was a sold-out crowd on hand to watch the Indians and Angels in Cactus League play.
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    Look at all the fans!
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    Behind home plate at Tempe Diablo Stadium.
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    The Los Angeles Angels are celebrating their 50th season as a Major League Baseball franchise. Their first season was back in 1961.
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    The familiar Angels logo.
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    The wind was blowing on Saturday afternoon.
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    Luis Valbuena and minor leaguer Juan Diaz in the infield.
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    Packed house!
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    It seemed like an awesome party in left field at Tempe Diablo Stadium.