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Spring Training Tour – Arizona sun shines on Seattle fans

The third game on our spring training tour saw us in Scottsdale, Arizona for a match-up between the Seattle Mariners and the host Arizona Diamondbacks.

This group of seniors came down from Seattle for sunshine and baseball!

This group of seniors came down from Seattle for sunshine and baseball!

The Diamondbacks play their home games at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick which was built in 2011 and seats  about 11,000 fans. They share the park with the Colorado Rockies.

Great days for margaritas and baseball

Great days for margaritas and baseball

The ballpark features picturesque views of the nearby mountains and may be the most fan-friendly park in the Cactus League.

A great day to bask in the sun.

A great day to bask in the sun.

Fans can wander throughout the entire complex, and get up-close to watch batting and fielding practice.

Up close and personal

Up close and personal

I have to admit, I’ve become spoiled, because I was a little disappointed that the game-time temperature was only in the high 70’s.

Twins fans enjoy the great Arizona weather
Twins fans enjoy the great Arizona weather

The Mariners scored four runs in the first two innings, roughing up Arizona’s top-prospect Archie Bradley.

A tough outing for the top prospect.

A tough outing for the top prospect.

The Mariners would hang on for a 6-3 win, making their future top-prospects very happy!

Seattle's top prospects were in the crowd.

Seattle’s top prospects were in the crowd.

Tomorrow (and throughout the spring) you’ll see a story on what we did besides going to baseball games.  

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