Super Bowl 50 is in the record books, which means it’s time for football to step aside and cede the stage to America’s pastime. While the 2016 MLB regular season doesn’t get started until April 3, baseball will soon be returning to diamonds in Florida and Arizona for spring training.
The first pitchers and catchers report on Feb. 17 with all teams present and accounted for by Feb. 22. Feb. 18 is a busy day, as 12 teams get things going, including the defending World Series champion Kansas City Royals. From a full squad standpoint, Feb. 22 is when position players are set to start showing up, meaning fans will finally get a chance to see their favorite players again, or in some cases, a first glimpse of the newest members.
Whether you are going to follow your team from afar or get a chance to make a trip to Florida to see the Grapefruit League or to Arizona to watch the Cactus League in action, below you will find the locations key dates for all 30 MLB teams as they get ready to prepare for the upcoming season.