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Pittsburgh Pirates 2014 Minor League Spring Training Schedule

Spring Training started for pitchers and catchers in Major League camp this week. By the end of the month, everyone will report to Major League camp. Meanwhile, minor leaguers started practicing yesterday, and their Spring Training schedule kicks off in early March. Below is the schedule for all of the minor league games. All games are held at Pirate City, and entrance is free.

Each day features at least two games. Either the Triple-A and Double-A teams are home, or the two single-A teams are home. There are also intrasquad games between the short-season leagues on occasion, which seems like it would be a daily event this year due to the addition of a third short-season team. That means that on any given day at Pirate City, you’ve got the chance to watch 2-4 Pirates minor league teams at once.

The camp days are usually reserved for intrasquad games, which feature the two upper level teams against each other, the two A-ball teams facing off, and the short-season league teams playing against each other. Usually those intrasquad games occur during the later camp days, and not during the first three days on the schedule. If you’re interested in following the prospects, the camp days (3/19, 3/25, 3/30) are the best days to be at Pirate City, since you can watch anywhere from 6-8 Pirates minor league teams, depending on whether they have three or four games.

Here is the schedule for the minor league games this year.

MINOR LEAGUE SCHEDULE (All 1:00 pm starts)

Mar-9

CAMP DAY

Mar-10

CAMP DAY

Mar-11

CAMP DAY

Mar-12

PHI @ 3A/2A

1A @ PHI

Mar-13

3A/2A @ TOR

TOR @ 1A

Mar-14

NYY @ 3A/2A

1A @ NYY

Mar-15

3A/2A @ NYY

NYY @ 1A

Mar-16

PHI @ 3A/2A

1A @ PHI

Mar-17

3A/2A @ PHI

PHI @ 1A

Mar-18

PHI @ 3A/2A

1A @ PHI

Mar-19

CAMP DAY

Mar-20

3A/2A @ TOR

TOR @ 1A

Mar-21

NYY @ 3A/2A

1A @ NYY

Mar-22

3A/2A @ NYY

NYY @ 1A

Mar-23

TOR @ 3A/2A

1A @ TOR

Mar-24

3A/2A @ TOR

TOR @ 1A

Mar-25

CAMP DAY

Mar-26

NYY @ 3A/2A

1A @ NYY

Mar-27

PHI @ 3A/2A

1A @ PHI

Mar-28

NYY @ 3A/2A

1A @ NYY

Mar-29

3A/2A @ TOR

TOR @ 1A

Mar-30

CAMP DAY

 

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Tim Williams

Tim is the owner and editor in chief of Pirates Prospects. He started the site in January 2009, and turned it into his full time job during the 2011 season. Prior to starting Pirates Prospects, Tim worked with AccuScore.com, providing MLB, NHL, and NFL coverage to various national media outlets, including ESPN Insider, USA Today, Yahoo Sports, and the Wall Street Journal. He also writes the annual Prospect Guide, which is sold through the site. Tim lives in Bradenton, where he provides live coverage all year of Spring Training, mini camp, instructs, the Bradenton Marauders, and the GCL Pirates.

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