See when pitchers and catchers attended spring training
Spring is in the air.
That means it’s time for pitchers and catchers to start packing their bags. They will soon report first to the team’s spring training facility in Arizona or Florida.
Pitchers and catchers participating in the World Baseball Classic this March will be reported on February 13th. The reporting date for non-tournament participants is from his February 15th to his February 17th.
WBC position players arrive at camp on February 16, while non-participating players arrive on either February 20 or February 21.
The dates for each team’s pitchers and catchers will follow, followed by the dates for position players.
When do pitchers and catchers go to spring training?
Atlanta Braves: Feb. 16, Feb. 21
Baltimore Orioles: Feb. 16, Feb. 21
Boston Red Sox: Feb. 15, Feb. 20
Detroit Tigers: Feb. 15, Feb. 20
Houston Astros: Feb. 16, Feb. 21
Miami Marlins: Feb. 16, Feb. 21
Minnesota Twins: Feb. 16, Feb. 20
New York Mets: Feb. 15, Feb. 20
New York Yankees: February 16, February 20
Philadelphia Phillies: Feb. 16, Feb. 21
Pittsburgh Pirates: Feb. 15, Feb. 20
St. Louis Cardinals: February 15, February 20
Tampa Bay Rays: February 15, February 20
Toronto Blue Jays: Feb. 16, Feb. 21
Washington Nationals: Feb. 15, Feb. 21
Arizona D-backs: Feb. 15, Feb. 20
Chicago Cubs: Feb. 15, Feb. 20
Chicago White Sox: Feb. 15, Feb. 20
Cincinnati Reds: Feb. 15, Feb. 20
Cleveland Guardians: Feb. 17, Feb. 21
Colorado Rockies: February 15, February 20
Kansas City Royals: Feb. 15, Feb. 20
Los Angeles Dodgers: Feb. 16, Feb. 20
Los Angeles Angels: Feb. 15, Feb. 20
Milwaukee Brewers: Feb. 16, Feb. 21
Oakland Athletics: Feb. 15, Feb. 20
San Diego Padres: Feb. 16, Feb. 21
San Francisco Giants: Feb. 16, Feb. 21
Seattle Mariners: Feb. 16, Feb. 21
Texas Rangers: February 15, February 20
Where is each team’s spring training location?
The teams are split between the Cactus League in Arizona and the Grapefruit League in Florida. In some cases, teams share home facilities.
Here are the locations for each team:
Arizona Diamondbacks: Salt River Field at Talking Stick – Scottsdale, Arizona
Chicago Cubs: Sloane Park – Mesa, Arizona
Chicago White Sox: Camelback Ranch – Phoenix, AZ
Cincinnati Reds: Goodyear Park – Goodyear, Arizona
Cleveland Guardians: Goodyear Ballpark – Goodyear, Arizona
Colorado Rocky Mountains: Salt River Fields of Talking Stick – Scottsdale, Arizona
Kansas City Royals: Surprise Stadium – Surprise, Arizona.
Los Angeles Dodgers: Camelback Ranch – Phoenix, AZ
Los Angeles Angels: Tempe Diablo Stadium – Tempe, AZ
Milwaukee Brewers: American Family Fields of Phoenix – Phoenix, AZ
Oakland Athletics: Hohokam Stadium – Mesa, Arizona
San Diego Padres: Peoria Sports Complex – Peoria, Arizona.
San Francisco Giants: Scottsdale Stadium – Scottsdale, Arizona
Seattle Mariners: Peoria Sports Complex – Peoria, AZ
Texas Rangers: Surprise Stadium – Surprise, Arizona
Atlanta Braves: CoolToday Park – Venice, Florida
Baltimore Orioles: Ed Smith Stadium – Sarasota, Florida
Boston Red Sox: Fort Myers, Florida – JetBlue Park at Fenway South.
Detroit Tigers: Publix Field at Joker Marchant Stadium – Lakeland, Florida
Houston Astros: Palm Beach Ballpark – West Palm Beach, Florida
Miami Marlins: Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium – Jupiter, Florida
Minnesota Twins: Hammond Stadium – Fort Myers, Florida
New York Mets: Clover Park – Port St. Lucie, FL
New York Yankees: George M. Steinbrenner Field – Tampa, FL
Philadelphia Phillies: Baycare Ballpark – Clearwater, Florida
Pittsburgh Pirates: LECOM Park – Bradenton, Florida
St. Louis Cardinals: Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium – Jupiter, Florida
Tampa Bay Rays: Charlotte Sports Park – Port Charlotte, FL
Toronto Blue Jays: TD Ballpark – Dunedin, FL
Washington Nationals: Palm Beach Ballpark – West Palm Beach, Florida
When is the first game of spring training?
The first game of spring training will be the Rangers against the Royals and the Mariners against the Padres on Friday, February 24. A total of 30 teams participated in the next day.
Spring Training games will run through March 28th. A regular for all teams his season starts on March 30th.
When does the World Baseball Classic start?
Pool play for the World Baseball Classic will take place March 8-15. The teams are divided into his four pools, with games at Chase Field in Arizona, Lawn Depot Park in Miami, Intercontinental Baseball Stadium in Taiwan and Tokyo Dome in Tokyo.
The Semi-Finals (March 19-20) and Finals (March 21) will be held in Miami.