Field of Dreams

2008 brings us some new softball / baseball fields in the east valley. It’s called Big League Dreams and it truly is. When you’re driving near the intersection of Power and Elliot Roads you see this large complex with huge walls. You park and see the entrance with baseball sculptures and the ticket office. Go see your friends or kids play here and you pay to get in. $3 gets you entrance and a $1 coupon for food or drink.

Once inside you notice why people are going to love playing here. The fields are manicured to a tee. The seating behind home is stadium seating. But, what people love the most are the walls. Click on the photos to enlarge and leave a comment on what you think of “Big League Dreams This field is a replica of the Big A in Anahiem.
I’m sure Angels fans will love seeing this.


Boston fans will recognize the Green Monster right away. Yankee stadium is right next to it, too.

If you lived in St. Louis way back when, you might recall Sportsman’s Park. Here it is back to life. This is a view from the right field wall. The fans you see are photo on board. From a distance you can tell what it is, but you’ll still love it.

This is the Sportsman’s Park infield. Do you remember where The Polo Grounds werer? You can even play in a replica of that grand old park.

And for Chicago Cubs fans, here’s Wrigley Field. The only thing missing is the ivy on the walls.

In the middle of the park is the clubhouse with all kinds of food to eat and a large indoor soccer field.

This is just another reason to love living in the east valley.

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