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2014 MLB Spring Training Reporting Dates and Locations

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It’s February and while the groundhog may have seen his shadow, one of the best indicators that winter is coming to an end and that is baseball is just around the corner. To that end, spring training will commence in full in Florida and Arizona in less than two weeks with MLB's official Opening Day slated for March 31. The Arizona Diamondbacks and Los Angeles Dodgers get a head start on everyone because of the two-game series they will play in Sydney, Australia, on March 22-23 to open their 2014 campaigns.

Elsewhere, the defending World Series champion Boston Red Sox will reunite on Feb. 15 as one of the 15 teams in Florida, otherwise known as the Grapefruit League. Out west, the Cactus League is home to the other 15 teams who gather in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area to prepare for the upcoming 162-game regular season, and hopefully a few more games after that.

To help get you ready for the upcoming season, Athlon Sports' 2014 MLB Preview magazine is available on newsstands and to order online now. Starting with 21 unique covers to choose from, Athlon covers the diamond and circles the bases with enough in-depth preseason analysis, predictions and other information to satisfy fans of the national pastime from the Bronx to the Bay and everywhere in between.

This year's edition includes features on "14 Things to Watch in 2014," as well as a look back on the 2004 MLB Draft, the newest crop of Cuban stars, the unwritten rules of baseball etiquette and much more. As always, there's team-by-team preview of all 30 clubs, with rosters, stats and schedules as well as a look at each club's farm system and our predictions for how this season will shake out, both for the regular and postseason. Athlon Sports' 2014 MLB Preview is the most complete preseason publication available today. Order your copy now! 

Below are the reporting dates and locations for 2014 spring training for all 30 MLB teams: