On Monday, March 7, the Cleveland Indians played the Chicago White Sox in Glendale, AZ at Camelback Ranch Stadium. The park is shared by the White Sox and Los Angeles Dodgers.
Welcome to Camelback Ranch Stadium! Home of both the Chicago White Sox and Los Angeles Dodgers.
The view from behind home plate at Camelback Ranch Stadium. It is called "Camelback" because that is the road it is located off of.
A pretty cool view.
Yes, those are yellow seats. They are similar to the ones at Dodger Stadium.
Can you guess who these guys are? These are scouts. There are scouts behind home plate at every Cactus League game.
Indians shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera steps up to the plate.
Tribe DH Travis Hafner getting loose in the on deck circle.
Another view at Camelback Ranch Stadium.
These walkways in between the seats are common at ballparks in the Cactus League, however Goodyear Ballpark does not have them.
Indians players look on to the field action.
Yet another view at Camelback Ranch Stadium.
The yellow/gold seats are pretty unique. Not very often you see that.
The press box at Camelback Ranch Stadium.
Another view of the cool looking press box.
Pretty cool view.
You also don't see this too often. Grass seating along one of the base lines. Most times you only see grass seating in the oufield sections, but at Camelback Ranch Stadium it is along the right field foul pole.
Pretty cool look at Camelback Ranch Stadium.
Those yellow seats again.
That is Indians backup catcher Lou Marson walking from the bullpen to the dugout.
Camelback Ranch Stadium.
A few White Sox fans.
It's a cool press box.
Indians prospect outfielder Nick Weglarz.
The scoreboard at Camelback Ranch Stadium.
You see that big dome? That is the University of Phoenix Stadium. Home of the Arizona Cardinals and this year's BCS National Championship game between Auburn and Oregon.