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The Arizona Diamondbacks are hoping to figure out the puzzle and make winning a habit in 2017. After a poor 2016 season, the Diamondbacks are looking to take advantage of the talent on their roster and make a playoff push. Check out the best deals on Arizona Diamondbacks tickets on Rukkus today!

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Using Rukkus’ user friendly and interactive maps feature, you can easily see where in Chase Field your purchased seats are. Whether you are sitting behind home plate, next to third base, or in the outfield bleachers, Rukkus’ dynamic map of Chase Field allows you to see exactly where your seats will be and the view that you should expect when you arrive at the game.

What makes Chase Field special?

Each stadium in the MLB has its own particular icon that makes their venue unique. Chase Field is home to one of the MLB’s most recognizable stadium features that truly separates it from any other stadium in the league. From the minute you walk into the stadium, you will notice the retractable roof of Chase Field, the first of its kind built in the United States to also feature a natural­grass playing surface. However, what makes this feature of Chase Field truly incredible is the speed in which it takes to open or close the roof, a mere four and a half minutes, which is usually the case as average temperatures outside of Chase Field are around one hundred degrees during baseball season.

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When do Arizona Diamondbacks tickets go on sale?

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2016 Diamondbacks Outlook

2016 is looking bright for the Arizona Diamondbacks as they acquired elite starting pitcher Zack Greinke from the Dodgers and also traded to get the right handed starter, Shelby Miller, from the Atlanta Braves in the offseason. With Greinke and Miller added to the rotation and solid offensive play, the Diamondbacks could be one of the best clubs in the majors this season.

Arizona Diamondbacks Ticket Information

An Arizona Diamondbacks game at Chase Field is an incredible experience from start to finish. The baseball on the field is terrific as the Diamondbacks battle hard in front of their home crowd. The environment in the stadium is fun as fans energetically cheer on their team. Grab your tickets to Chase Field right away!



Led by a young, talented lineup, the Diamondbacks can score runs with the best teams in the league. Their power at the plate and speed on the bases are on display each and every game at Chase Field. Defensively, this team impresses the crowd with spectacular plays. The Diamondbacks have also seen many legendary players in their organization, including Luis Gonzalez and Randy Johnson. With a fun group of players playing hard for nine innings, “D-Backs” baseball is an event you don’t want to miss!

Since arriving in Arizona in 1998, the Diamondbacks have captured the hearts of baseball fans throughout the state. Located in downtown Phoenix, Chase Field hosts a wonderful environment for MLB baseball. Passionate fans of the game flock from all over the country to witness professional baseball in the “Snake Pit.” Pick up your tickets today!

Fascinating baseball and a fan-friendly atmosphere make the experience at an Arizona Diamondbacks game unforgettable. You will see some of the most talented ballplayers in the world play in one of the finest stadiums around. Come join the thousands of avid baseball fans at Chase Field, and get your Diamondbacks tickets now!

Arizona Diamondbacks Bio

Arizona Diamondbacks Franchise History

The Arizona Diamondbacks were thrust into the world of Major League Baseball in 1998, where they joined the National League as a member of the West Division. Despite not being on the professional baseball scene for all that long at this point, the Diamondbacks have found ways to make noise around the league.

It didn't take long for the Diamondbacks to make themselves known as a legitimate threat, as after a difficult 65-97 season their first year on the diamond, the franchise kicked things into high gear by racking up a whopping 100 wins the following season. This was good enough to lead Arizona to a division title, but the fun wouldn't last all that long in the playoffs thanks to the New York Mets sending them home in four games in the National League Divisional Series.

Still, everyone in baseball knew that the Diamondbacks were on the brink of something special, and that potential would be realized in 2001 when the team took a big leap forward to take out the St. Louis Cardinals in the NLDS and the Atlanta Braves in the NLCS to earn a meeting with the New York Yankees in the World Series.

In what is still to this day one of the most thrilling and memorable World Series in baseball history, Bob Brenly's men overcame the Evil Empire in seven games. Of course, the defining moment of the series was Luis Gonzalez's walk-off bloop single that gave Arizona the well-earned 3-2 victory in a magical Game 7.

The Diamondbacks simply weren't satisfied with just winning a title, as they tried to make a run at the same type of success the following season. While they were able to win yet another West division crown, it would be the Cardinals that would get their revenge in an NLDS sweep over the defending champions.

Arizona saw its success fade for several seasons following the fantastic run at the turn of the century, but the team managed to battle back and score division titles in 2007 and 2011.

Arizona Diamondbacks Marquee Players

The two pitchers responsible for helping the Diamondbacks secure their World Series were Randy Johnson and Curt Schilling, so of course they are at the top of the list when it comes to marquee names that have made their way through Arizona.

Johnson was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in January of 2015, and there's no doubt that Schilling will eventually join him in receiving baseball's most prestigious honor. Opposing teams were not looking forward to facing these two pitching giants back-to-back, and that resulted in quite a bit of success for the Diamondbacks.

But while those two were wheeling and dealing on the mound, it was Luis Gonzalez that held everything together. He spent seven years with the club and even had his No. 20 jersey retired due to all of his outstanding contributions to the organization.

Gonzalez still leads the franchise in most statistical hitting categories, including hits, runs, and on-base percentage.

Other standout players such as Tony Womack, Brandon Webb, and Roberto Alomar also made appearances for the Diamondbacks at one point.

Arizona Diamondbacks NL Pennants and World Series Titles

As mentioned, Arizona reigned supreme in 2001 behind the ridiculous arms of Johnson and Schilling, but what likely made it even sweeter was that it stopped the Yankees from picking up a fourth straight World Series title.

Obviously, the Diamondbacks also picked up an NL pennant that year, but have yet to find that same type of success since.

Sure, they've accumulated a total of five division titles since their inception, but you can bet that earning a second World Series title is high on the to-do list these days.

Arizona Diamondbacks Venue Information

Chase Field is where the Diamondbacks do their damage at home, as the stadium itself has hosted the team ever since they first ran out onto the field in 1998. The park hasn't always been known as Chase Field though, with Bank One Ballpark being the name of choice before Chase took the honors in 2005.

The Diamondbacks created quite the special park when the team first started playing, with Bank One being the first stadium in the entire country to use a grass playing surface while also having a retractable roof overhead.

But without question, the main highlight of the venue is the swimming pool that sits behind the wall in right-center field. It's not every day that you can watch a baseball game in-person while also sitting in a swimming pool, so it's certainly a unique experience to visit the stadium. In other words, if you're looking to get a few laps in while watching your favorite baseball team, then Chase Field is pretty much the place for you.

In terms of seating capacity, the park holds a little over 48,500 for Diamondbacks home games.

Arizona Diamondbacks 2015 Season Outlook

The Diamondbacks weren't exactly a contender during the 2014 MLB season, as a 64-98 record earned them nothing more than cellar status in the NL West.

However, the team is definitely looking to turn things around in a hurry in what is consistently one of the toughest divisions in all of baseball. Since it is always a division that usually goes right down to the wire, Arizona will need to find much more balance in order to make it back to the post-season.

Paul Goldschmidt will be expected to lead the way in terms of producing runs for this team that will need to score a lot to win. Yes, the pitching might be a little suspect at times, but Goldschmidt and Mark Trumbo are power hitters that can make a big difference when they are playing at their absolute best.

But again, baseball is a rather simple game when it comes to how you win. Scoring more runs is how to accomplish that, and if the pitching rotation can at least be decent, the Diamondbacks may have a chance to compete for a Wild Card spot.

Arizona Diamondbacks Lineup

  • Chase Anderson
  • Bronson Arroyo DL60
  • Mike Bolsinger
  • Charles Brewer
  • Trevor Cahill
  • Andrew Chafin
  • Josh Collmenter
  • Patrick Corbin DL60
  • Eury De La Rosa
  • Randall Delgado
  • Bradin Hagens
  • Lucas Harrell
  • Will Harris
  • David Hernandez DL60
  • Daniel Hudson
  • Evan Marshall
  • Wade Miley
  • Vidal Nuno
  • Joe Paterson
  • Oliver Perez
  • Addison Reed
  • Matt Reynolds DL60
  • Bo Schultz
  • Zeke Spruill
  • Matt Stites
  • Brad Ziegler
  • Tuffy Gosewisch
  • Miguel Montero
  • Bobby Wilson
  • Nick Ahmed
  • Paul Goldschmidt DL15
  • Didi Gregorius
  • Aaron Hill
  • Jake Lamb
  • Chris Owings
  • Jordan Pacheco
  • Cliff Pennington
  • Ender Inciarte
  • Brett Jackson
  • Alfredo Marte
  • David Peralta
  • A.J. Pollock
  • Nolan Reimold
  • Cody Ross
  • Mark Trumbo

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Arizona Diamondbacks Ticket Prices

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Cheap Arizona Diamondbacks Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$1.00 Arizona Diamondbacks at Los Angeles Dodgers — 09/07/2016
Dodger Stadium; Los Angeles, CA
$1.00 Arizona Diamondbacks at Los Angeles Dodgers — 07/31/2016
Dodger Stadium; Los Angeles, CA
$1.00 Arizona Diamondbacks at Los Angeles Dodgers — 09/05/2017
Dodger Stadium; Los Angeles, CA
$2.00 Arizona Diamondbacks at Los Angeles Dodgers — 07/05/2017
Dodger Stadium; Los Angeles, CA
$2.00 Arizona Diamondbacks at Los Angeles Dodgers — 09/06/2016
Dodger Stadium; Los Angeles, CA
$2.00 Colorado Rockies at Arizona Diamondbacks — 09/12/2016
Chase Field; Phoenix, AZ
$2.00 Arizona Diamondbacks at Atlanta Braves — 05/08/2016
Turner Field; Atlanta, GA
$2.00 Arizona Diamondbacks at San Francisco Giants — 04/21/2016
AT&T Park; San Francisco, CA
$2.00 Arizona Diamondbacks at San Francisco Giants — 09/15/2017
AT&T Park; San Francisco, CA
$2.00 Colorado Rockies at Arizona Diamondbacks — 09/14/2016
Chase Field; Phoenix, AZ

Best and Most Expensive Arizona Diamondbacks Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$8,013.00NLCS: TBD at Arizona Diamondbacks — 10/21/2017
Chase Field; Phoenix, AZ
$1,167.00World Series: TBD at Arizona Diamondbacks — 11/01/2017
Chase Field; Phoenix, AZ
$1,023.00World Series: TBD at Arizona Diamondbacks — 10/25/2017
Chase Field; Phoenix, AZ
$597.00World Series: TBD at Arizona Diamondbacks — 10/24/2017
Chase Field; Phoenix, AZ
$408.00NLCS: TBD at Arizona Diamondbacks — 10/22/2017
Chase Field; Phoenix, AZ
$224.00Arizona Diamondbacks at Houston Astros — 08/02/2015
Minute Maid Park; Houston, TX
$187.00NLDS: TBD at Arizona Diamondbacks — 10/12/2017
Chase Field; Phoenix, AZ
$156.00Pittsburgh Pirates at Arizona Diamondbacks — 04/23/2016
Chase Field; Phoenix, AZ
$152.00St. Louis Cardinals at Arizona Diamondbacks — 08/24/2015
Chase Field; Phoenix, AZ
$132.00NLCS: TBD at Arizona Diamondbacks — 10/14/2017
Chase Field; Phoenix, AZ
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