Los Angeles Dodgers Spring Training Tickets
Los Angeles Dodgers Spring Training Schedule
The Los Angeles
Dodgers are out to prove that they are not just a team with a gigantic payroll, but a team poised for World Series glory.
Like everyone else, the Dodgers need to begin in Spring Training, working to gel their high paid superstars and up and coming
prospects. Treat yourself to some time in the Arizona sunshine by getting down to Glendale to take in some Dodgers Spring
Training games because their schedule is loaded with great match-ups that will get you excited for Opening Day. There is nothing
like taking in a Cactus League game, where the teams are loose and the stars are as accessible to fans. Head to the gorgeous
Camelback Ranch to see stars like Clayton Kershaw, Yasiel Puig, Andre Ethier, and Matt Kemp before the games get real and
move to Dodger Stadium.
One Spring Training game that Dodgers fans won't want to miss is National League West foe, the
Arizona Diamondbacks, who travel up the road to Camelback Ranch for one last battle before the games count. Players on both
sides will be trying to get tuned up before Opening Day and others will be battling it out for an Opening Day roster spot.
Both the Dodgers and Diamondbacks know that the final weeks of Spring Training get serious and fans will be lucky to get an
up close look at their biggest stars and the prospects who are the future of their organizations.
Another great match-up
that Dodgers fans will love is the game at Camelback Ranch against the Cincinnati Reds on March 13. The Reds are one of the
National League's powerhouse teams with stars like first baseman Joey Votto, right fielder Jay Bruce and right-hander Mat
Latos. These stars will all be on the diamond in Glendale, and Spring Training offers fans the chance to see the biggest stars
in a small venue that fosters an intimacy that is not available during the regular season. This is your last chance to get
up close and personal with all of your favorite Dodger players and see some of the biggest names in the Cactus League.
Los Angeles Dodgers Spring Training Experience
Everyone loves Spring Training, when fans can escape the cold
winter and head down to the sunshine and get face to face with not just the biggest stars on their favorite team, but also
a closer look at the players who are in their minor league system. It's hard to believe that last year at this time the name
Yasiel Puig was not a household name but just another player vying for a spot on an already stacked major league roster. When
fans come to Glendale, Arizona to catch a game at Camelback Ranch, they are there for much more than just baseball. Glendale
enjoys a thriving art scene, world class dining and nightlife and, of course, golf and spa.
When you see a game at Camelback
Ranch, you in store for an incredibly unique baseball experience. This amazing Spring Training venue opened in 2009 and is
also the springtime home of the Chicago White Sox. There is not a bad seat in this house, with over 10,000 seats and room
for 3,000 more on the grass, perfect for picnics and family fun. This relaxed atmosphere is exactly what makes Spring Training
unique, where the games don't count, but they mean plenty, as players are trying to make the Opening Day roster. Get your
tickets to see the Dodgers get ready for the long regular season by getting your tickets to see them play at Camelback Ranch
and get a sneak peak at the 2014 Los Angeles Dodgers squad.
Los Angeles Dodgers Spring Training Team
Los Angeles Dodgers are one of the hottest teams in the Major Leagues and they are heading into the 2014 with a World Series
or bust mentality. They have star power up and down the lineup, with their ace and 2 time Cy Young Award winning lefty Clayton
Kershaw is ready to take the mound and continue his domination. Slugger Matt Kemp is working on his rehab and hoping to be
back in the Dodger lineup, while phenom Yasiel Puig is out to prove that the 2013 season was no fluke. Spring Training is
the time for coaches to evaluate their talent and the perfect way for Dodgers fans to get a glimpse of what is in store once
the season begins.
Los Angeles Dodgers Spring Training Trivia
Before they moved into their home in Glendale,
Arizona, where did the Los Angeles Dodgers play their Spring Training games?
The Dodgers were the last of the West Coast
teams to play their Spring Training games on the East Coast, a throwback from their days as the Brooklyn Dodgers. They played
at Homan Stadium in Vero Beach, Florida at a compound known appropriately as Dodgertown.