The weather is gorgeous in Arizona in the winter months and it is no surprise that Major League Baseball continues to call the state home for the season's training sessions. With 14 Major League teams that call Arizona home during spring training, there is plenty of excitement both on and off the field.

In addition to covering some of the games, we hope to give you a glimpse of the activities in the area outside of baseball. Phoenix is big and exciting and there are many reasons why baseball fans are proud to call Phoenix home... spring training is only one of them.

Check back as we update our information on the Cactus League Spring Training.

Oakland Shuts Out Bay Area Neighbors

April 1, 2010 by  

Oakland would get off to a jump-start on the Giants of San Francisco as the two teams played at AT&T Park. In the first inning Kurt Suzuki would hit a two-run shot off of Barry Zito. Oakland would score two more in the third inning as the Giants would be unable to put any runs up on the board. The Athletics would score three more runs in the fifth... [Read more]

Blanks’ Sixth Inning Blast Gives Padres the Edge

April 1, 2010 by  

The Angels would start off the game at Angel Stadium on the right foot as they were able to score the first run of the game for the team. The Padres would answer back in the following inning with a run of their own. In the fourth inning, the Padres would score one run to take the lead of the game. In the sixth inning Kyle Blanks would hit a three-run... [Read more]

Dodgers Start Strong But End Quietly

April 1, 2010 by  

The Los Angeles Dodgers looked to do some damage in one of their final games leading up to Opening Day as they faced the Indians at Dodger Stadium. The Dodgers would score first in the second inning with two runs to lead the Cleveland Indians. Dodgers’ pitching would keep the game scoreless through four as the Indians would score their first run in... [Read more]

D-backs Split Squad Holds Off Royals

April 1, 2010 by  

The Diamondbacks would send their split squad team to Surprise to face the Kansas City Royals in one of the final games of spring training. Both teams would go scoreless through three before Gerardo Parra would hit a two-run blast in the fourth inning with two men out. The Royals would answer back with a run of their own in that inning and would follow... [Read more]

White Sox Take Early Lead to Defeat Seattle

April 1, 2010 by  

The White Sox would get off to an early lead as they would score three runs in the first inning. In the third inning both runs scored would come off of a tow-run homer by Chicago first baseman Jim Gallagher. The Sox would score again in the fourth and sixth innings as the Mariners would continue to be silenced at the plate. [Read more]  Read More →

Cueto hit hard in last start as Reds fall to Rangers

April 1, 2010 by  

The Cincinnati Reds young stud pitcher Johnny Cueto started the last game of the spring today against the Texas Rangers and was hit hard allowing five runs on ten hits in only four innings of work. Cueto did manage to strike out six preventing more damage while only walking one. The Rangers sent reliever Frank Francisco to the mound for one inning and... [Read more]

Cubs shut out Rockies

April 1, 2010 by  

Despite being outhit 10-to-6 but the Colorado Rockies, the Cubs were able to capitalize on a 2-run homer by Alfonso Soriano and down the Rockies 2-0 to close out the Cactus League season. Soriano was 3-for-3 on the day and ended up hitting .278 as he struggled most of the season. Right fielder Ryan Spiollboroughs went 3-for-4 on the day for the Rockies... [Read more]

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