The Los Angeles Dodgers have unveiled their 33-game 2018 Spring Training schedule, with their 10th season of Cactus League play beginning on Friday, Feb. 23 against the Chicago White Sox at Camelback Ranch – Glendale.
The Dodgers will play 17 of their 30 Cactus League games at Camelback Ranch – Glendale, including 15 as the designated home team.
Camelback Ranch – Glendale will host Dodger home games on both days of St. Patrick’s Day Weekend – Saturday, March 17 vs. the White Sox and Sunday, March 18 vs. the Padres – while other popular dates are expected to be Saturday, Feb. 24 against the Giants, Saturday night, March 10 against the Cubs and Thursday night, March 22 against the Angels.
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 Dodger side, including a replica Dodger Stadium field, fan photo elements commemorating Dodger history, walking trails, an orange grove and a five-acre lake.
After returning from Arizona, the club will conclude its exhibition schedule with the three-game Freeway Series against the Angels, including a game in Anaheim on Sunday, March 25 and two games at Dodger Stadium on Monday, March 26 and Tuesday, March 27.
Season tickets, mini-plans, group tickets and suites are all available now at www.Dodgers.com/Spring or by calling 623-302-5099, with tickets starting as low as $10. Single-game Spring Training tickets go on sale on Friday, January 5 and a full schedule of promotions is available at www.camelbackranchbaseball.com.
The Dodgers’ full 2018 Cactus League schedule is below. All game dates and opponents are subject to change.
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