List of Major League Baseball spring training cities

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The following is a list of current and former Major League Baseball spring training cities.

Current cities[edit]

Grapefruit League (Florida)[edit]

City Current team(s) Current ballpark(s) Capacity Former occupants
Bradenton Pittsburgh Pirates (1969–present) McKechnie Field 6,602 St. Louis Cardinals (1923–24)
Philadelphia Phillies (1925–27)
Boston Red Sox (1928–29)
Boston Braves/Milwaukee Braves (1928–40, 1948–61)
Kansas City/Oakland Athletics (1963–68)
Clearwater Philadelphia Phillies (1947–present) Bright House Field 8,500 Brooklyn Dodgers (1923–32, 1936–41)
Cleveland Indians (1942, 1946)
Dunedin Toronto Blue Jays (1977–present) Dunedin Stadium 5,510
Fort Myers Boston Red Sox (1992–present) Jet Blue Park 11,000
Minnesota Twins (1991–present) Hammond Stadium 7,500 Philadelphia Athletics (1925–36)
Cleveland Indians (1941–42)
Pittsburgh Pirates (1955–68)
Kansas City Royals (1969–87)
Jupiter Florida/Miami Marlins (2002–present)
St. Louis Cardinals (1998–present)
Roger Dean Stadium 6,871 Montreal Expos (1998–2001)
Kissimmee Houston Astros (1985–2016) Osceola County Stadium 5,300
Lake Buena Vista
(at WDW)
Atlanta Braves (1997–present) Champion Stadium 9,500
Lakeland Detroit Tigers (1934–42, 1946–present) Joker Marchant Stadium 8,500 Cleveland Indians (1924–27)
Port Charlotte Tampa Bay Rays (2009–present) Charlotte Sports Park 7,000 Texas Rangers (1998–2002)
Port St. Lucie New York Mets (1988–present) Digital Domain Park 7,347
Sarasota Baltimore Orioles (1991, 2010–present) Ed Smith Stadium 7,500 New York Giants (1924–27)
Boston Red Sox (1933–42, 1946–58)
Chicago White Sox (1960–97)
Cincinnati Reds (1998–2009)
Tampa New York Yankees (1996–present) George M. Steinbrenner Field 10,000 Chicago Cubs (1913–16)
Boston Red Sox (1919)
Washington Senators (1920–29)
Detroit Tigers (1930)
Cincinnati Reds (1930–87)
Chicago White Sox (1954–59)
Viera Montreal Expos/
Washington Nationals
(2002–2016)
Space Coast Stadium 8,100 Florida Marlins (1993–2001)

Future Grapefruit League (Florida)[edit]

City Current team(s) Current ballpark(s) Capacity Former occupants
West Palm Beach Washington Nationals, Houston Astros (2017–present) The Ballpark of The Palm Beaches 7,600

Cactus League (Arizona)[edit]

City Current team(s) Current ballpark(s) Capacity Former occupants
Glendale Chicago White Sox (2009–present)
Los Angeles Dodgers (2009–present)
Camelback Ranch 13,000
Goodyear Cincinnati Reds (2010–present)
Cleveland Indians (2009–present)
Goodyear Ballpark 10,000
Mesa Chicago Cubs (2014–present) Sloan Park 15,000
Oakland Athletics (2015–present) HoHoKam Stadium 12,623
Peoria San Diego Padres (1994–present)
Seattle Mariners (1994–present)
Peoria Sports Complex 12,882
Phoenix Milwaukee Brewers (1998–present) Maryvale Baseball Park 7,000
San Francisco Giants (1964–83)
Scottsdale San Francisco Giants (1992–present) Scottsdale Stadium 12,000
Arizona Diamondbacks (2011–present)
Colorado Rockies (2011–present)
Salt River Fields at Talking Stick 11,000
Surprise Kansas City Royals (2003–present)
Texas Rangers (2003–present)
Surprise Stadium 10,500
Tempe Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (1993–present) Tempe Diablo Stadium 9,785 Seattle Pilots/Milwaukee Brewers (1969–72)
Seattle Mariners (1977–93)


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