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Fan Guide To Minor League Spring Training Access



Major league spring training remains shut down due to the lockout, but minor league spring training is underway. Games in both Arizona and Florida are set to begin within the next two weeks, and workouts on the back fields are ongoing for most clubs.

Here is which teams are allowing fans to access the back fields and attend minor league spring training this year. This story will be updated as teams announce or update their plans.

(March 10 Update: This story has been updated to include Angels, Mets, Nationals and Orioles fan access to minor league spring training).

(March 13 Update: This story has been updated to include Reds fan access to minor league spring training).

Angels—No fan access to minor league spring training.

Astros—Minor league workouts are not open to fans.

Athletics—No fan access to minor league spring training.

Blue Jays—No fan access to minor league spring training.

Braves—No fan access to back fields. The tiki bar that overlooks the main stadium is open.

Brewers—Fans will be allowed to access the back fields beginning March 13.

Cardinals—Fans can access the back fields and attend minor league spring training. Free admission, no masks required. Workouts will be from approximately 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. ET most days.

Cubs—Fans can access the back fields and attend minor league spring training.

D-backs—Fans can access the back fields and attend minor league spring training beginning March 7. Admission is free.

Dodgers—No current fan access to the back fields or minor league spring training, but that is subject to change.

Giants—

Guardians—Fans have access to fields 1 and 2 down each line.

Mariners—Fans are allowed to access the back fields from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. MT.

Marlins—No decision has been made yet regarding fan access to minor league spring training.

Mets—No fan access to minor league spring training.

Nationals—No fan access to minor league spring training.

Orioles—Fans can access the back fields and attend minor league spring training workouts and games beginning March 10. Admission is free.

Padres—No decision has been made regarding fan access to minor league spring training.

Pirates—No fan access to minor league spring training.

Phillies—Fans can access the back fields and attend minor league spring training.

Rangers—The club is still evaluating public access policies and expects to have more details in the next week.

Rays—Fans can access the back fields and attend minor league spring training. Admission is free.

Reds—Fans can access the back fields and attend minor league spring training games.

Red Sox—A date for fan access to minor league spring training has not yet been determined.

Rockies—Fans can access the back fields and attend minor league spring training beginning March 7.

Royals—No fan access to minor league spring training.

Tigers—Minor league workouts and games played in the main stadium are open to the public. A decision has not yet been made whether minor league games on the back fields will be open to the public.

Twins—Fans can access the back fields and attend minor league spring training.

White Sox—Fans can access the back fields and attend minor league spring training beginning March 15.

Yankees—

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