Glendale, Ariz. is the spring home of the Chicago White Sox who are settled in at their state-of-the-art practice facility, Camelback Ranch. Camelback Ranch, built in 2009, is the largest stadium in the Cactus League featuring 118,000 square feet of major and minor league clubhouse space, 13 full fields, and three half fields. The White Sox share Camelback Ranch with the Los Angeles Dodgers, and their respective practice spaces are separated by a lake. Camelback Ranch is situated in Glendale’s sports district, which is also home to the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals and the NHL’s Phoenix Coyotes. Glendale, a city of over 225,000 people, is the home to several golf courses and other attractions.