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Glendale, Arizona — Camelback Ranch-Glendale, beginning its second decade as the spring home of the defending National League champion Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago White Sox, announces single-game tickets for 2019 will go on sale online and by phone at 9 a.m. PT on Monday, Jan. 7.

To order single-game tickets online, visit dodgers.com/spring, whitesox.com/spring or camelbackranchbaseball.com.

To order single-game tickets by phone, call 800-905-3315.

Single-game tickets start at just $10 per game, and fans save by purchasing single-game tickets in advance.

Season Tickets, Suites, Mini-Plans & Groups — Season tickets and mini-plans plus group tickets, including suites, the Budweiser Legends Deck and All-You-Can-Eat Patio, remain available for purchase. Visit CamelbackRanchBaseball.com or call the CR-G ticket office (623-302-5099).

Budweiser Legends Deck — At 17 Feature and Premium priced games, ballpark food and non-alcoholic beverages are included with the game ticket in the fully shaded Budweiser Legends Deck. The inclusive experience features a deluxe menu served when the stadium opens until the end of the sixth inning. Snacks, soft drinks and bottled water are available throughout those games.

Discounted Tickets for Military & Seniors — CR-G offers discounted tickets for active/retired military and seniors for all Sunday-Wednesday games based on availability. Discounted tickets only are available on game day at the box office.

Kids Run The Bases on Sundays — Children 12 and under receive a lawn seat to all Sunday games for just $5 based on availability. There is a limit of four (4) discounted lawn seats for each full-price adult ticket. The $5 lawn tickets are available on game day only at the ticket office. Following the game, Kids Run the Bases!

Seniors Stroll the Bases — Seniors can stroll the bases following every Thursday game.

Schedule — CR-G hosts a 30-game schedule in 2019 that features Cactus League baseball daily at The Ranch beginning Saturday, February 23 and concluding Sunday, March 24.

The Dodgers and White Sox face each other four times, beginning with their traditional Opening Day meeting at 1:05 p.m. on Saturday, February 23. Their three other meetings are Wednesday, March 13 (7:05 p.m.) and the schedule’s final two Saturdays (March 16 and 23).

The hometown Arizona Diamondbacks visit CR-G twice as do the Chicago Cubs, Los Angeles Angels and San Francisco Giants, rivals of the White Sox and Dodgers.

The D-backs play at Camelback Ranch on Wednesday, March 20 (White Sox) and Friday, March 22 (Dodgers).

The Cubs travel to Glendale to challenge the Dodgers on Monday, February 25 and the White Sox on Friday, March 15.

The Angels and Dodgers tangle on Sunday, February 24; the Halos visit The Ranch again on Monday, March 4 to face the White Sox.

And the Giants visit The Ranch on consecutive Mondays (March 11 and 18) to square off with the Dodgers and White Sox, respectively.

Rounding out the 2019 slate of games at CR-G are appearances by the Cincinnati Reds, Cleveland Indians, Colorado Rockies, Kansas City Royals, Milwaukee Brewers, Oakland Athletics, San Diego Padres, Seattle Mariners and Texas Rangers.

Parking — Parking is always free at Camelback Ranch-Glendale.

Box Office Hours — Single-game tickets also will be available for purchase at the Camelback Ranch-Glendale ticket office beginning at 10 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 4. Ticket office hours prior to Opening Day are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Saturday. On game days, the ticket office remains open for 30 minutes following the conclusion of play.

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