The fresh desert breeze, the crack of the bat, the snap of the glove. The sounds, sights, and smells that are part of spring training baseball. I implore you that if you can, please make a trip to spring training at some point in your life. It’s a wonderful experience for sure. Hopes are at an all time high, every team has a chance to win the World Series (mostly), players are pretty accessible to fans, and you can even sit up close to the action without paying hundreds of dollars.
Note: Tempe Diablo Stadium can get pricey at times so if you go see the Angels in Spring training, check them out at other stadiums as well and you just might find a behind the dugout seat at a pretty reasonable price. We’ll have much more info in our spring training guides as the opening of Spring Training gets closer.
For now, we have a schedule with no game times. However, that should be enough to get you excited about some spring baseball and maybe even tentatively pencil in a trip.
Here is the full 2019 Cactus League schedule pic.twitter.com/XoNMTKu2xQ— Kyle Glaser (@KyleAGlaser) August 29, 2018
As you can see, the entire schedule for all teams is posted above. You can find the Angels schedule here. The Angels open at Tempe Diablo Stadium on February 23rd and wrap up Spring Training in Arizona at the Padres on March 23rd. March 24-26th the Angels will play at Dodger Stadium (1 game) and the Big A (2 games) for a Spring Training Freeway Series before opening the Big League season on March 28th.