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Arizona Diamondbacks

Diamondbacks 2015 spring training schedule posted

The last schedule of the season: We’ve posted the Arizona Diamondbacks 2015 spring training schedule, which features 20 home games and three road games at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick.

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Colorado Rockies

Rockies 2015 spring training schedule posted

We’ve posted the Colorado Rockies 2015 spring training schedule, as the team announces a slate with 15 home dates and an additional “away” game against ballpark partner Arizona Diamondbacks.

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Arizona Diamondbacks

It’s official: Spring Training begins as D-Backs pitchers, catchers report

It’s a little early due to the team’s plan to open the season in Sydney, but no matter: Spring training is officially underway after Arizona Diamondbacks pitchers and catchers reported to camp yesterday.

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Arizona Diamondbacks

Arizona Diamondbacks 2014 spring schedule released

Another schedule release: the Arizona Diamondbacks 2014 spring schedule features a limited slate of games, as the team will spend more than a week at a season-opening set in Sydney, Australia.

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San Francisco, Miami, Phoenix to host 2013 WBC games

AT&T Park, Marlins Park, Chase Field and Salt River Fields at Talking Stick are hosting four rounds of the 2013 World Baseball Classic, with the international sites and schedule still to be announced. The semifinals and finals will be played at AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants, while the second round will be […]

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Diamondbacks unveil 2012 spring schedule

The Arizona Diamondbacks released a 2012 spring-training schedule that shows 19 games at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick — including two “away” games against Colorado — as well as a slew of night games and two matches against the Milwaukee Brewers at Chase Field. You can view the schedule here. The D-backs open their […]

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Spring baseball returning to Tucson in 2012 — kinda

Professional baseball could return to Tucson’s Kino Stadium in 2012, but it won’t be American baseball — and there are no plans for anything geared for spectators. Stadium district officials are looking at signing a deal with two Korean League teams, the DC Dinos and the Hanwha Eagles, to train at the Kino Stadium complex […]

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