11/19/2012 3:09 PM ET
Dodgers announce 2013 Spring Training schedule at Camelback Ranch - Glendale
Season Tickets are on sale now at dodgers.com/spring
The Los Angeles Dodgers today announced their 2013 Spring Training schedule with their fifth season of Cactus League play beginning on Saturday, February 23 against the Chicago White Sox at Camelback Ranch - Glendale. Pitchers and catchers report on February 12 and the first full-squad workout is scheduled for February 16.
The Dodgers will play a total of 34 Cactus League games this spring, including three against the White Sox at Camelback Ranch, two as the designated home team. Los Angeles will play host to the Chicago Cubs on February 25, the World Champion San Francisco Giants on February 26, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim on February 28 and Mexico's World Baseball Classic squad on March 6 at Camelback Ranch. On St. Patrick's Day, March 17, the Dodgers will play split squad contests with day games simultaneously against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Talking Stick and the Milwaukee Brewers at Camelback Ranch.
The Dodgers play 19 games at Camelback Ranch - Glendale, including 18 home dates. The club has at least one home game during each of the five Cactus League weekends, providing fans ample opportunity to make the five-hour drive or one-hour flight to the desert. Camelback Ranch features a state-of-the-art ballpark, six practice fields on the Dodgers side, including a replica Dodger Stadium field, walking trails, an orange grove and a two-acre lake.
The Dodgers conclude their exhibition schedule with three games against the Angels March 28-30, including a 7:10 p.m. game on March 29 at Dodger Stadium.
Season tickets, mini plans, group tickets and suites are all available now at www.dodgers.com/spring or by calling (623) 302-5000. Spring Training single-game tickets go on sale on Monday, January 7 with a full schedule of promotions available at www.camelbackranchbaseball.com.
All game dates and opponents are subject to change.
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