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Here's Where Every MLB Team Will Host An Alternate Training Site

Two weeks ago, Major League Baseball instructed all 30 teams to find a place within 100 miles of their home ballpark for an alternate training site.

The purpose of the alternate training site is to provide an additional place for players to prepare during spring training 2.0, also known as summer camp. It will also be the site where the non-major leaguers on the 60-man player pools can play and train during the season.

Here are the 30 alternate training sites as officially announced by clubs or media reports, with the mile distance to their home ballparks.

This list will be updated as more sites are officially announced.


Angels—Long Beach State University (17 miles)
Astros—University of Houston (2.6 miles); Whataburger Field, Corpus Christi, Texas (208 miles)*
Athletics—Excite Ballpark, San Jose, Calif. (38 miles)
Braves—Coolray Field, Gwinnett, Ga. (36 miles)
Brewers—Fox Cities Stadium, Appleton, Wisc. (105 miles)
Blue Jays—Frontier Field, Rochester, N.Y. (73 miles)**
Cardinals—Hammons Field, Springfield, Mo. (215 miles)***
Cubs—Four Winds Field, South Bend, Ind. (97 miles)
D-backs—Salt River Fields, Scottsdale, Ariz. (21 miles)
Dodgers—University of Southern California, Los Angeles (6 miles); LoanMart Field, Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. (48 miles)****
Giants—Sutter Health Park, West Sacramento, Calif. (84 miles)
Indians—Classic Park, Eastlake, Ohio (18 miles)
Mariners—Cheney Stadium, Tacoma, Wash. (36 miles)
Marlins—Roger Dean Stadium, Jupiter, Fla. (82 miles)
Mets—MCU Park, Brooklyn, N.Y. (22 miles)
Nationals—New Fredericksburg Ballpark, Fredericksburg, Va. (55 miles)
Orioles—Prince George's Stadium, Bowie, Md. (28 miles)
Padres—University of San Diego (7 miles)
Phillies—Coca-Cola Park, Allentown, Pa. (69 miles)
Pirates—People’s Natural Gas Field, Altoona, Pa. (97 miles)
Rangers—Globe Life Park, Arlington, Texas (0.2 miles)
Rays—Charlotte Sports Park, Port Charlotte, Fla. (80 miles)
Reds—Prasco Park and Legacy Field, Mason, Ohio (23 miles)
Red Sox—Boston College (4 miles); McCoy Stadium, Pawtucket, R.I. (49 miles)
Rockies—Metro State University, Denver (0.9 miles); Isotopes Park, Albuquerque, N.M. (452 miles)*****
Royals—T-Bones Stadium, Kansas City, Kan. (23 miles)
Tigers—Fifth Third Field, Toledo, Ohio (61 miles)
Twins—CHS Field, St. Paul, Minn. (13 miles)
White Sox—Boomers Stadium, Schaumburg, Ill. (34 miles)
Yankees—PNC Field, Moosic, Pa. (128 miles)

*The Astros will train at the University of Houston through July 25 before shifting to Corpus Christi, home of their Double-A affiliate.

**The Blue Jays' were originally set to use Sahlen Field in Buffalo as their training site before it became their home stadium for the 2020 season.

***The Cardinals received special approval to use a site more than 100 miles away.

****The Dodgers will train at USC until students return to campus, then move to Rancho Cucamonga.

*****The Rockies will use Metro State as their alternate site for summer camp, then use their Triple-A affiliate's stadium in Albuquerque for the season.

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