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Spring training details for every MLB team

Nothing says spring like pitchers and catchers reporting to the Grapefruit League in Florida and the Cactus League in Arizona, no matter how cold it is most everywhere else. The Tigers continue as the longest-tenured team in the same location, currently in its 67th year in a row and 75th overall in Lakeland, Fla.

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Grapefruit League

  • Location Kissimmee
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 11
  • Position players report Feb. 15
  • 1st game At Philadelphia, Feb. 23
  • Location Dunedin
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 12
  • Position players report Feb. 16
  • 1st game At Detroit, Feb. 23
  • Location Lake Buena Vista
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 11
  • Position players report Feb. 14
  • 1st game vs. Detroit, Feb. 22
  • Location Jupiter
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 12
  • Position players report Feb. 15
  • 1st game At Miami, Feb. 23
  • Location Jupiter
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 11
  • Position players report Feb. 14
  • 1st game vs. St. Louis, Feb. 23
  • Location Port St. Lucie
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 11
  • Position players report Feb. 16
  • 1st game vs. Washington, Feb. 23
  • Location Viera
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 12
  • Position players report Feb. 15
  • 1st game At NY Mets, Feb. 23
  • Location Sarasota
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 12
  • Position players report Feb. 15
  • 1st game vs. Minnesota, Feb. 23
  • Location Clearwater
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 12
  • Position players report Feb. 15
  • 1st game vs. Houston, Feb. 23
  • Location Bradenton
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 11
  • Position players report Feb. 14
  • 1st game At Tampa Bay, Feb. 23
  • Location Port Charlotte
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 12
  • Position players report Feb. 16
  • 1st game At Minnesota, Feb. 24
  • Location Fort Myers
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 10
  • Position players report Feb. 14
  • 1st game vs. Tempa Bay, Feb. 23
  • Location Lakeland
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 11
  • Position players report Feb. 14
  • 1st game At Atlanta, Feb. 22
  • Location Fort Myers
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 12
  • Position players report Feb. 15
  • 1st game At Baltimore, Feb. 23
  • Location Tampa
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 12
  • Position players report Feb. 17
  • 1st game At Atlanta, Feb. 23

Cactus League

  • Location Tempe
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 12
  • Position players report Feb. 15
  • 1st game vs. Oakland, Feb. 24
  • Location Phoenix
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 11
  • Position players report Feb. 16
  • 1st game At Milwaukee, Feb. 23
  • Location Phoenix
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 12
  • Position players report Feb. 15
  • 1st game vs. Oakland, Feb. 23
  • Location Mesa
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 10
  • Position players report Feb. 16
  • 1st game At LA Angels, Feb. 23
  • Location Scottsdale
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 11
  • Position players report Feb. 14
  • 1st game vs. Colorado, Feb. 23
  • Location Glendale
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 12
  • Position players report Feb. 15
  • 1st game vs. Chi. White Sox, Feb. 23
  • Location Scottsdale
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 12
  • Position players report Feb. 16
  • 1st game vs. LA Angels, Feb. 23
  • Location Goodyear
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 10
  • Position players report Feb. 13
  • 1st game vs. Cincinnati, Feb. 22
  • Location Peoria
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 12
  • Position players report Feb. 15
  • 1st game vs. San Diego, Feb. 22
  • Location Peoria
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 12
  • Position players report Feb. 15
  • 1st game At Seattle, Feb. 22
  • Location Surprise
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 12
  • Position players report Feb. 15
  • 1st game vs. Kansas City, Feb. 22
  • Location Goodyear
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 11
  • Position players report Feb. 15
  • 1st game At Cleveland, Feb. 23
  • Location Scottsdale
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 10
  • Position players report Feb. 16
  • 1st game At Arizona, Feb. 23
  • Location Surprise
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 11
  • Position players report Feb. 14
  • 1st game At Texas, Feb. 22
  • Location Glendale
  • Pitchers/catchers report Feb. 12
  • Position players report Feb. 17
  • 1st game At LA Dodgers, Feb. 23

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