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January 7, 2015 at 1:05 PM

A few baseball dates to remember — Mariners Fanfest on January 24-25, full spring training schedule

Pitchers and catchers will report to Peoria on Feb. 20 …. so about 43 days from now.

A few more dates to remember.

The Mariners caravan is currently going. For those of you that want to add to your autograph collection, here’s the schedule 

The Mariners annual pre-spring training luncheon will be on Thursday, Jan. 23 … so we’ll have updates from that day including press conferences with GM Jack Zduriencik, manager Lloyd McClendon, minor league director Chris Gwynn, a few players and other Mariners’ front office staff.

On January 24-25, the Mariners will hold their annual fanfest celebration at Safeco Field. It’s a great thing for kids. Someday if I ever have them, I will.  Here’s a list of players, former players and prospects that are scheduled to appear.  

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Tickets for the event go on sale tomorrow on Thursday.

  • February 20 — Mariners’ pitchers and catchers report
  • Feb. 23-March 8 — Minor league mini camp
  • February 24 — Mariners’ position players report
  • February 25 — First full squad workout
  • March 4 — Mariners’ first Cactus League games – charity game vs. Padres at Peoria Stadium.
  • March 10 — Minor League pitchers and catchers report
  • March 15 — Minor league position players report.
  • March 16 — first full minor league workout

Here’s the full Mariners’ spring training schedule … a reminder that 16 Cactus League games will be televised by ROOT – basically most of the home games at Peoria Stadium. There will be radio broadcasts for every game, but not all will be carried live on ESPN 710.

Here’s the full spring training master schedule for all MLB teams in both the Grapefruit and Cactus Leagues  …

 

 

 

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