Salt River Fields at Talking Stick is the Cactus League Spring Training baseball park for the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Colorado Rockies. The ballpark opened in 2011 and has 7,000 seats and estimated 4,000 lawn seats. The lawn seating is estimated low as this is the biggest lawn seating of any of the fields in the Cactus League. It was a sell-out the day we were there with 12,398 and opening day had 12, 514. This, in our opinion, is the best of the parks in the Phoenix area. We attended with Andrea's brother Gary and his wife Ruth and friends of Jim and Andrea--Tony, Lois, and Harold. The Diamondbacks were playing the Cincinnati Reds and beat them 13 to 10. The box score was Reds R-10, H-11, E-1 and Diamondbacks R-13, H-11, E-1. The Dbacks scored 8 in the bottom of the 8th, after many had left, to go ahead and win the game. The field lines are RF & LF-345' and CF-410'. They have the largest LCD scoreboard I've ever seen. It must be about 40 feet wide. There is a between inning hot dog race on the big screen that starts in the desert and ends in the ballpark. Music is provided by the organ player located on the concourse behind home plate. Kids can hit wiffle balls outside the concourse on the 1st base side. I think a Dbacks coach was pitching. There are three team stores, right, center, and left fields. A good idea to move the Dbacks spring training from Tucson to Phoenix. I'm sure this will bring out more Dbacks fans to spring training. Parking was $5. You drive through a large shopping area to get to parking.