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Oakland Athletics 2014 spring schedule posted

Oakland AthleticsAnother schedule for your planning pleasure: We’ve posted the Oakland Athletics 2014 spring schedule.

You can view the schedule here.

The A’s and Giants will play seven times in the preseason, including the Cactus League opener and traditional three-game Bay Bridge Series in Northern California March 27-29 which serves as the final tune-up before the regular season for both clubs.

The A’s will stage 15 home games at Phoenix Municipal Stadium this spring, which will be their last year at the facility before relocating their spring training and minor league operation to Mesa’s HoHoKam Park. in 2015. Oakland’s Phoenix Muni debut comes Thursday, Feb. 27, when they host the Milwaukee Brewers. Other top home attractions include the defending NL West Champion Los Angeles Dodgers Monday, March 3, a pair of 2013 Wild Card clubs in the Texas Rangers Saturday, March 1 and Saturday, March 15 and the Cincinnati Reds Tuesday, March 25, and the traditional St. Patrick’s Day contest against the Chicago Cubs Monday, March 17.

Besides the Cactus League opener, the A’s and Giants will square off Feb. 28 at Phoenix Muni, and March 15 and 21 at Scottsdale Stadium. The subsequent Bay Bridge Series features night games (7:15 p.m.) at AT&T Park in San Francisco March 27 and 28, and an afternoon finale (1:05 p.m.) at Oakland’s Coliseum March 29.

Remaining home exhibition games in Phoenix include the Brewers March 4, the Arizona Diamondbacks March 7, Chicago White Sox March 9, Kansas City Royals March 12, Colorado Rockies March 13 (the spring’s only home night game at 7:05 p.m.), Seattle Mariners March 22, the Cubs March 23 and the Los Angeles Angels March 26.

Pitchers and catchers report to Spring Training Friday, Feb. 14 and participate in their first workout in Phoenix Feb. 15, while the remainder of the team reports Wednesday, Feb. 19, with the first day of full squad workouts Feb. 20.

All single game tickets will be priced dynamically and will fluctuate based on factors affecting supply and demand.

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