Cactus League Spring Training
MLB has released Spring Training schedules for the Cactus League effective 9/20/2020 – At this point, it is unknown whether fans will be allowed to attend games, or how many fans will be allowed in stadiums. Those decisions will be made in the coming weeks and months.
Spring Training in Arizona:
Over 200 Major League games in 30 days!
When the boys of summer hit the fields in Mesa, it’s our official sign that spring has sprung. Mesa is home to two spring training teams – the Chicago Cubs, which have been part of the fabric since the early 1950s, and the Oakland A’s, a team that recently returned to our city and planted roots for decades to come.
The Chicago Cubs are the attendance winners of the Cactus League, packing in legions of fans at Sloan Park. Click here to learn more about this incredible stadium at Mesa Riverview.
The Oakland A’s are also hosting fans to a whole new ballgame at Hohokam Stadium which recently completed a multi-million dollar renovation and facelift, bringing fans closer to the action. Click here to learn more.
Mesa is in the heart of Arizona's Cactus League Spring Training action. With more than 200 Major League Baseball games in just 30 days, you'll find plenty of chances to catch America's pastime in action!
With clear, blue skies and comfortable temperatures from the mid-70s to mid-80s, Arizona is the perfect place for Spring Training. While the rest of the country is looking to a groundhog to predict when the snow will melt, you'll revel in the sunshine, Cracker Jacks and heart-pounding baseball games!
Spring Training brings hundreds of thousands of fans to Arizona every year. Throughout the state, baseball enthusiasts follow their favorite teams to the Grand Canyon state. More than 1.9 million fans attended Cactus League games this past season of spring training baseball.
The Cactus League schedule is available on the official website of the Cactus League.