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Spring Training 2019

A Welcome Sign of Spring: Teams Celebrate 2019 Truck Day

With pitchers and catchers set to report in less than two weeks, we’re seeing some welcome signs of spring, as MLB teams are celebrating their 2019 Truck Day, shipping supplies to Florida and Arizona.

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Boston Red Sox Celebrate Truck Day

There are signs of spring today at Fenway Park, as the Boston Red Sox are celebrating their annual truck day in advance of spring training. The truck was to begin loading at 7 a.m. and is scheduled to leave Fenway Park for JetBlue Park in Fort Myers around noon, beginning a 1,480-mile trip. 

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Spring Training 2016

Another sign of spring: Truck Day!

We are in the midst of Major League Baseball teams sending their gear and supplies to spring-training camps, as many teams mark the beginning of the spring season with Truck Day celebrations.

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Spring Training 2015

Let the celebrating begin: Truck Day!

For a baseball lover, when does the new season begin? The first game of spring training, or when those magical words are uttered, “Pitchers and catchers report.” Or is it, perhaps, with Truck Day — the day that MLB organizations load up all of their equipment and set sail for warmer climes?

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Equipment heading to Spring Training; players to follow

This weekend saw many teams ship equipment to Arizona and Florida in anticipation of spring training — including the Boston Red Sox, who celebrated Truck Day on Saturday.

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Truck Day 2013

Truck Day Approacheth

Another sign spring training is near: Major League Baseball teams are packing in anticipating of shipping gear to Florida and Arizona in the annual rite of Truck Day.

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First day of workouts for Mariners, Truck Day for BoSox

Today is a day of firsts: it’s Truck Day for the Boston Red Sox and the reporting date for the Seattle Mariners. In other words: spring training has officially begun. Normally we don’t see Truck Day for most MLB teams so close to a reporting date. But this is a weird year: the Mariners are […]

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