Home of “The Big Unit” – southpaw, five-time Cy Young Award winner, and hall-of-fame pitcher Randy Johnson – the Arizona Diamondbacks exploded into Major League Baseball in 1998 when the new club, winning 7 games in a row that season, tied the all-time record for the longest winning streak by an expansion team in MLB history. Since then, the Diamondbacks have won five National League West titles, and in only their 4th year as a franchise, the D'backs won the National League pennant and marched on to stun the three-time defending New York Yankees, winning the 2001 World Series. They were the youngest expansion team in history to have done so.
Chase Field, located in downtown Phoenix, is home to the Diamondbacks and their fans and has become one of baseball’s most recognizable landmarks. The brutal heat and heavy storms of Arizona are no match for the air-conditioned facility, which seats 48,633 people and boasts a 9 million-pound retractable roof. When you're making your plans to purchase Arizona Diamondbacks baseball game tickets, be sure to visit Best Available Tickets for the lowest prices!