On Thursday, March 10, the Cleveland Indians visited the Chicago Cubs at Hohokam Park in Mesa, Arizona. Hohokam Park has the highest attendance in the Cactus League and has been open for Cubs spring training since 1997.
A perfect look at Hohokam Park in Mesa, Arizona. Home of the Chicago Cubs.
At Hohokam Park they have both team's lineup cards on display for fans to copy down in their score books.
Another cool look at Hohokam Park.
The Chicago Cubs have had spring training at Hohokam Park since 1997.
It has the highest attendance throughout the Cactus League.
Indians prospect infielder Jason Kipnis steps to the plate with his unorthodox batting stance.
Tribe first base coach Sandy Alomar Jr. talks with Indians outfielder Michael Brantley after a base-hit.
Great view of Hohokam Park.
The stadium has outfield grass seating but not as much as some other parks throughout the Cactus League.
Bleacher seats are available too.
The view from the outfield blearcher seats.
Bleacher seats in the lower bowl too.
Another shot from the outfield bleachers.
It was a packed house for the Cactus League game between the Indians and Cubs.
View from behind home plate at Hohokam Park.
Indians reliever Frank Herrmann got in the game.
Indians prospect third baseman Lonnie Chisenhall fields a ground ball.