Los Angeles Dodgers players have already arrived at Camelback Ranch for another year of Spring Training, with pitchers and catchers in camp, and several position players also on hand ahead of their mandatory report date of Tuesday, Feb. 19.
Daily workouts for both the Dodgers and Camelback Ranch co-tenant Chicago White Sox once again are open and free to the public, starting at 9 a.m. local time on Wednesday (Feb. 13). There will be restrooms open to the public across the complex.
Those seeking autographs are encouraged to arrive early and line the areas between the team’s Spring Training building and pathways to the backfields. Players will often stop to sign autographs either prior to or after morning workouts.
The on-site merchandise store and concession stand will be open during workouts starting on Feb. 15. The store will contain new 2019 Spring Training caps and other assorted gear.
The Dodgers’ 29-game cactus league schedule starts on Saturday, Feb. 23 against the White Sox. Single-game tickets can be bought online or on-site at the Camelback Ranch box office, which is open during workout days from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Fans can save on tickets by purchasing in advance, as ticket prices are subject to a $3 increase on game days. Pricing starts at $10 for most single-game tickets, though discounts are offered to seniors and military members. Additionally, children under 12 can get outfield lawn tickets on Sundays for just $5.
The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, San Francisco Giants, Colorado Rockies and Chicago Cubs are among the teams who will visit Camelback to play the Dodgers. As usual, the Dodgers will finish their spring training slate with a three-game exhibition Freeway Series against the Angels.
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