2018 Single-Game Tickets On Sale Friday

Tickets For All Spring Training Games At Camelback Ranch-Glendale Available Online Or By Phone

LOS ANGELES –Camelback Ranch-Glendale (CR-G), celebrating its 10th year as the spring home of the defending National League champion Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago White Sox, announces single-game tickets for 2018 go on sale online and by phone at 10 a.m. MST on Friday, January 5.

To order single-game tickets online, visit dodgers.com/spring, whitesox.com/spring or camelbackranchbaseball.com.

To order single-game tickets by phone, call 800-352-0212.

Single-game tickets start at just $10 per game. Fans can save by purchasing single-game tickets in advance as all tickets are subject to a $3 price increase on the day of the game.

Season Tickets, Suites, Mini-Plans & GroupsSeason tickets, suites, mini-plans and group seating remain available for purchase. Visit CamelbackRanchBaseball.com or call the CR-G ticket office (623-302-5099).

Ballpark UpgradesNow in 2018, CR-G debuts a 30’ x 50’ Daktronics videoboard in right-center field. The new high definition videoboard will provide fans with a dramatic upgrade to the visual and interactive experience during spring training games.

Another significant enhancement will be the addition of two new 100’ shade structures along the first base concourse at The Ranch. The structures, designed by facility architect HKS, complement existing design features while providing more shaded seating options for fans.

Seniors Stroll the BasesSeniors can stroll the bases following every Wednesday game.

Discounted Tickets for Military & SeniorsCR-G offers discounted tickets for active/retired military and seniors for all Monday-Wednesday games. Tickets must be purchased on the day of game at the box office.

Family SundaysChildren, 12 and under, receive a lawn seat for just $5 at all Sunday games. There is a limit of four (4) discounted lawn seats for each full-price adult ticket. The $5 lawn tickets are available on game day only at the ticket of­fice. Following the game, children can run the bases.

Weekend Eighteen|76 Legends DeckThe Eighteen|76 Legends Deck is an inclusive experience at Weekend Premier games that includes a deluxe ballpark menu served when the stadium opens until the end of the sixth inning. Snacks and non-alcoholic beverages are available throughout the game and dessert is served beginning in the eighth inning.

ScheduleCamelback Ranch-Glendale’s 30-game schedule features games daily from February 23-March 25 with one open date (Tuesday, March 13). Camelback Ranch-Glendale’s 30-game schedule features games daily from February 23-March 25 with one open date (Tuesday, March 13). The opening weekend features back-to-back Dodger home games, with the lid-lifter against the White Sox on Feb. 23 and a Saturday afternoon tilt against the arch-rival Giants on Feb. 24.

The Dodgers and White Sox face each other four times — CR-G’s 2018 opener on Friday, February 23 (1:05 p.m.), the following Friday, March 2 (1:05 p.m.), Saturday March 17 (1:05 p.m.) and Saturday, March 24 (12:05 p.m.).

A National League Championship rematch between the Cubs and the Dodgers takes place in the first of four 7:05 p.m. night games on Saturday, March 10 and the Indians appear at CR-G to face the Dodgers in two 1:05 p.m. contests — Thursday, March 1 and Monday, March 5. The Rockies are the Dodgers competition in CR-G’s second 7:05 p.m. game on Wednesday, March 14.

The final two 7:05 p.m. night games are Monday, March 19 (Oakland Athletics-Dodgers) and Thursday, March 22 when the Dodgers welcome their crosstown rivals, the Los Angeles Angels.

ParkingParking is always free at Camelback Ranch-Glendale.

Box Office HoursSingle-game tickets also will be available for purchase at the Camelback Ranch-Glendale ticket office beginning at 10 a.m. on Monday, February 5. Ticket office hours prior to Opening Day (Friday, February 23) are 10 a.m.-4 p.m. MST from Monday-Saturday. On game days, the ticket office remains open for 30 minutes following the conclu­sion of play.

The complete 2018 CR-G Cactus League schedule follows.

This article has 58 Comments

  1. Maybe everybody is like me. I get excited when pitchers and catchers report.

    And it wouldn’t hurt to have a better idea what the team will look like on opening day, even though we know that opening day could look a lot different than the start of ST.

    I’m just excited to be a Dodgers’ fan who believes that the team is headed in the right direction.

    1. It appears to be a done deal. Dodgers get LHRP Scott Alexander who immediately replaces Tony Watson at league minimum wage. They do lose Trevor Oaks who like Jharel Cotton, and JDL, really had no place to go with the Dodgers. This is good for Trevor as he will get every chance to win a starting job with the Royals. I am excited for him.
      The Dodgers have 2 years of team control and three arbitration years for a good LHRP.
      The Dodgers also moved Luis Avilan to ChiSox for 24 year old LH hitting 2B Jake Peter. For those who indicated that the Dodgers would not get a LH hitting 2B because Farhan said they would not, well I guess you were wrong. What I took his statement to mean was that he was not going to trade for that position or sign a LH hitting 2B free agent. Now the Dodgers have three LH hitting infielders they can look at in ST to see if any deserve a spot…Max Muncy, Jake Peter, and Angelo Mora (SH). They will all compete with Tim Locastro for the utility infielder.
      The Dodgers picked up a projected $1.7M savings with swapping Avilan and Alexander. Not a blockbuster, but this does make the Dodgers better in 2018.

      1. AC

        You not only got the initials right with our leftie new infielder, there names are almost a like too!

        Jace Peterson, and Jake Peter.

        1. I remember you mentioning Jace Peterson, before you did that write up, on Muncy.

          I like players that fight there way up, too.

      2. Typical FAZ trade. nothing huge but there is the potential to be very effective for the Dodgers.

  2. Looks like I hit the three link moderation purgatory so here goes again without the links

    From Jason Martinez it looks like this is how the three team deal sorts out
    Updated Dodgers Royals WhiteSox roster projections/depth charts after 3-team trade:

    RP Scott Alexander, 2B Jake Peter to LAD

    SP Trevor Oaks, INF Erick Mejia to KC

    RP Joakim Soria, RP Luis Avilan to CWS

    1. If you give me few minutes I will catch it. I was slow in this one because I was at the AT&T store picking up a new i-Phone X, so I was without service for about 20 minutes.

  3. True Blue LA is reporting that the Dodgers don’t make up any ground under cap (luxury tax) due to the money that they are sending to the other teams in the deal. It is essentially a swap of Avilan for Alexander (Avilan is out of options but Alexander has 5 more years of team control and a lower salary next year) and Oaks for Peter.

    Question – the Dodgers’ starting 5 is not going to start all of the games. Oaks was to be essential depth this year. Now what? I think the Dodgers view Stripling as a reliever. Stewart has done nothing as a starter to inspire confidence. Buehler is not ready for prime time although he may be later in the year and Urias hasn’t yet recovered from surgery. Just say “no” to Faucet Man Koehler please (as a starter anyway).

    Who starts when the 1st Dodgers starter hits the DL this year?

    1. Gotta think FAZ has more “irons in the fire” and is set to acquire additional SP

    2. IMO Font had moved ahead of Oaks off his performance last year and is out of options-he will get a long look in ST and have every chance to make the 25 man out of ST as a bullpen guy who can also start. Stewart, Stripling and Koehler are all capable of a spot start. Buehler slots as the starter in waiting at AAA if anyone goes on the DL and word is Urias is not as far away as people thought (remains to be seen.) They may not be done adding rotation arms but they will not be expensive unless salary goes back to offset. I like the trade, makes a lot of sense.

      1. Good call on Font. He pitched a lot of innings last year, with a tremendous ERA in a hitter’s league. Why doesn’t he deserve a shot? Oaks is a back of the rotation starter, and also deserves a shot. I am glad he will be getting it with the Royals, and I hope he gets double digit wins with a sub 3.5 ERA. But I do not understand why the loss of Oaks automatically makes one think that the Dodgers do not have sufficient depth to have a 6th starter in 2018. Stripling and Stewart have both started at the ML level and it is automatically assumed that Oaks would have been a better choice? The Dodgers survived 2 years ago with Bud Norris starting for Kershaw, and some expect Stripling/Stewart/Font to be not as good as Bud Norris?

    3. Kershaw

      Then it’s Stripling, Font, Buehler and Santana.

      I would not assume Buehler will not be ready. They said the same thing about Bellinger last year.

  4. I posted about 6 hours ago in the previous thread that the Dodgers were rumored to acquire Alexander. Chris Camello beat the talking heads again on him.

    1. I was going to respond to you on that. Comments were closed and then the news hit. Good call. I never thought that the Royals would move Scott Alexander. He is a ground ball machine. 73.8% ground ball rate leading to 13 double plays. 5 years control. He is not Morrow, and should not be expected to be. Maybe Mark Prior and Honey can help Alexander to better develop that 2nd pitch.

      1. I came out of the gym and they were talking about it on Siriusxm. No financial savings this year, but definitely savings in the future. I hope it works out. I know a lot of people don’t love Avilan, but he always had good numbers when it came to soft contact. He was missed in the World Series. It would have been nice to carry him rather than McCarthy.

  5. In a way Alexander is Morrow. According to link posted by Mark, Alexander is a diabetic.

    From the looks of it, the Dodgers get a reliable lefty in the pen, and a potential lefty hitting infielder, and bring themselves a little further below the luxury tax threshold, giving them just little more financial flexibility.

  6. From a purely baseball standpoint, this is a good trade for the Dodgers. For me it is bittersweet. I had hoped that Trevor would pitch for the Dodgers. He would be the first from his high school to reach the majors. Not only that, I am familiar with him and his family. He is a tremendous young man of exceptional character. The type of man you would want your daughter to marry. He has worked relentlessly to get where he’s at. Barring injury, I’m sure he’ll find a measure of success with the Royals.

    1. It’s always tough when someone you have followed and may have a personal attachment moves on to another team. Think what it is like for the player, leaving the only organization and teammates he has been associated with. He at least gets to pitch with a former teammate, Scott Barlow. Let’s hope they both make the Royals rotation.

      1. I can’t begin to comprehend the affect it would have on a player. One minute you’re a Dodger, the next you play and work for a team 2000 miles away. It is aside of the “trade season “ very few of us pay attention to.
        On another note, I would like to recommend the book “Lost in the Sun” to the readers of the blog and particularly you AC. It is the story of Roy Gleason, a “bonus baby” who played in the Dodger system in the mid to late 60s. He is believed to be the only person to serve in Vietnam and play at least one game in the majors. He was one of my favorite Dodger prospects when I was younger. His story is compelling, straight forward and gives some unique insights into the war in Vietnam and Dodger baseball. Almost 60 years later he is more of a hero to me than he was when I was young.

        1. Thanks for the recommendation. I just ordered it from Amazon,to be delivered between Jan 11 and Jan 29.

    2. I had a little attachment to Oaks too, because he went to college where I graduated from in Riverside.

      I thought he may get a chance this year, but that may still happen

      1. CBU Lancer and Woodcrest Christian Royal. 2 programs dear to my heart. My sons went to Woodcrest and played at Biola University.

  7. Bullpen:


    In waiting:


    1. Dylan has a long list of relievers on the 40 man to pass by, not to mention Joe Broussard, Shea Spitzbarth, Corey Copping, Josh Sborz, and Andrew Sopko. I think he gets to AAA some time in mid-year and competes against those guys, which I think he will do well against in that competition. He should be ready to compete for a spot on the 25 in 2019 with Jesen Therrien.

  8. #5 hole is open!? Anybody thinking Darvish is close??? Just saying…
    Maybe the first ST in years I’ll miss due to additional surgery.. Oh well chin up and ready for regular season and trout season…

    1. It’s funny. It seems like some players like Darvish and Hosmer are getting top offers from places they don’t necessarily want to go to and are waiting for a more desireable team. San Diego has put 7/140m on the table for Hosmer. The Twins are badly wanting to spend money on Darvish. If the Dodgers could move some of Kemp’s money they would probably get in on Darvish, but I don’t see how if they have to carry all of Kemp’s contract.

      1. I agree with you. I think one of the reasons that Darvish has not signed is because I truly think he still wants to be a Dodger. But unless the Dodgers can get out from under the Kemp contract there is very little chance of that happening. They got out from under the luxury tax and there is no way they will go over for any player.
        I think Hosmer wants to go someplace to win, and neither SD or KC is in any position to help him in that regard. I think he was hoping for Boston, but Boston has been on JDM more. If I were Hosmer and I had to choose between SD and KC, I would choose KC because he is loved by the KC fans. If he cannot be with a team that can win, he might as well be with an organization that he likes with a fan base that love him. Of the big three they are losing, Hosmer is the one the Royals wanted to keep. Maybe they give him a 7 year with a 2 year opt out so he does not have to go back into next year’s group. That is something that Scott Boras should love.

  9. Hi Pete – Happy New Year to you.

    What’s up? Thought you’d just been under the knife?

    Nothing serious I hope.

  10. I might miss it too (I’ve missed the last 3), becaue of surgery too.

    The Doctor said I needed a frontal lobotomy, but I misundertood and thought he said “a bottle in front of me.

    My Mistake!

  11. Earlier this winter, the Dodgers asked if Red Sox would have interest in discussing a deal involving Bradley for Puig – more floating the idea than a trade proposal. Sox declined. What the exchange says about Bradley’s value and Sox’ options.

  12. Bradley 2017 line: .245 .323 .402 .726
    Bogaerts 2017 line: .273 .343 .403 .746
    I’ve read that Red Sox would like to get more production from one of these two positions.
    Bradley would add defense for the Dodgers in CF.
    Puig could CF for the Sox and add offense there fore them.
    Sox are trying to sign Martinez to get a righty power bat.
    I’m glad the Sox declined.
    Could be revisited if they don’t sign Martinez.

  13. Here is another trade option…I do like crazy in the winter time….Greinke for Kemp, Arbuennna (or however you spell it) plus $5 million each year of the contract. Arizona gains some long term financial flexibility to sign Martinez, Dodgers get the number 2 starter they need for the next few years until Greinke ends as a number 5 starter. I see him lasting that long.

  14. What about Zack’s annual ST shot in the shoulder??? How long will that last???
    Wasn’t Zack playing the mercinary role with the Blue???

    1. Elbow lubricant actually. Quite a few players are doing that type of maintenance nowadays during spring training and ;the All-Star break.

  15. MLB Radio on the Scott Alexander:“This is another excellent trade. You don’t know much about Alexander now… BUT YOU WILL. This is another example of how Friedman and Zaidi are smarter than anyone else.!

  16. It appears that NYY will be signing Jace Peterson to a minor league contract. Once the Dodgers signed Angelo Mora as a Minor League Rule 5 draftee, and traded for Jake Peter, to go along with holdover Max Muncy, I am sure that FAZ said we have enough LH hitting infielders to compete. If one looks like they can be a #25, then they have one. If not, then Trayce Thompson, Rob Segedin, or an eighth reliever will be #25.

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