Chase Field has a retractable roof, so technically yes. The Arizona Diamondbacks have played in Chase Field since 1998. The stadium was the built from 1996-98 and is the first stadium built in the US with a retractable roof.
The Diamondbacks play at Chase Field. It is located in downtown Phoenix, Arizona.
The Arizona Diamondbacks play their home games at Chase Field, sponsored by Chase Bank. It was known as Bank One Ballpark from 1998-2005.
The Arizona Diamondbacks play at Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona.
Because they play in Arizona and diamondbacks are a type of rattlesnake that live in Arizona.
Gillette Stadium is an open air facility. It is not a domed stadium.
No. In 2011, the Arizona Diamondbacks and New York Yankees did not play each other.
The Diamondbacks play in the National League Western Division.
The Arizona Cardinals play at the University of Phoenix Stadium. The stadium opened on the 1st of August 2006. It is owned by the Arizona Sports and Tourism Authority.
The Arizona Cardinals play at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
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Yes. The Seahawks used to play in the Kingdome.
The University of Phoenix Stadium.
They play at Tucson Electric Park, in Tucson, Arizona
In 2012, the Yankees and Diamondbacks are not scheduled to meet each other during interleague play.
Yes, the Arizona Diamondbacks play in Phoenix.
Will Harris plays for the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Will Harris is a relief pitcher for the Arizona Diamondbacks.
The stadium in which the Arizona Cardinals play their home games is called University of Phoenix Stadium. The stadium is named by the corporate sponsor the University of Phoenix.
The current (as of October 2009) radio announcers for the Arizona Diamondbacks are Matt Williams who is a Radio Analyzer, Greg Schulte who does the Play-by-Play, Tom Candiotti who is a Color Analyst for radio broadcasts and Jeff Munn who is a Host and also does the Play-by-Play. Oscar Soria does the Play-by-Play for the Spanish listeners and Miguel Quintana is the Color Analyst for the Spanish-language radio broadcast of the Arizona Diamondbacks games.