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 a...
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