ryrtyrizona Diamondbacks held their annual Fan Fest today at Chase Field for the first time since the 2016 season. Interestingly, the event was moved to Salt River Fields from 2017 through 2019 during a heated battle with Maricopa County over the future of Chase Field. I personally welcomed the change of venue to SRF for my own selfish reasons. Because of the multiple practice fields at Salt River, the team was able to spread the event and all of its features out effectively dispersing the large crowd of fans. They aren afforded that luxury at Chase Field having to cram some 30,000+ fans (my estimate) into a variety of lines Yoan Lopez Jersey. They attempted to work around this by using the multiple levels of Chase Field rather than keep everything on the field as they had in seasons past. It obvious and wise that this event is generally geared towards children, with some minor exceptions. For good reason it has made me realize that sooner rather than later Il need to share that experience with my own child, but all in good time. The surest way that the Arizona Diamondbacks are going to be able to expand their fanbase is by engaging young children, and they do a tremendous job at that. New this year was that the outfield was used for baseball related activities such as hitting instruction, an area to play catch, and a seperate space to chase down pop flies. This was the first year I didn stroll around the yard sale, which was held by the admission gates, where you can usually find a Trevor Cahill signed baseball or Cody Ross t-shirt theye been trying to get rid of for a decade https://www.adfanstore.com/David_Peralta_Jersey-23. If you attended today and did happen to walk through there or the upper concourse, please share your experience in the comments.