- $19 for one Outfield Box seat, plus a hot dog, soda, and chips (up to $32.50 total value)
- Click here to view the seating chart.
- Games begin at 1:05 p.m. unless otherwise noted.
Games and Dates
- Against the Indians on Thursday, March 17
- Against the Diamondbacks on Sunday, March 20
- Against the Cubs on Tuesday, March 22
- Against the Rockies on Friday, March 25
- Against the Indians on Saturday, March 26
- Against the Brewers on Monday, March 28, at 7:05 p.m.
- Against the White Sox on Wednesday, March 30
- Against the A’s on Friday, March 18
- Against the White Sox on Monday, March 21
- Against the Royals on Wednesday, March 23
- Against the Dodgers on Thursday, March 24, at 7:05 p.m.
- Against the Brewers on Sunday, March 27
- Against the Mariners on Tuesday, March 29, at 6:05 p.m.
- Against the Reds on Thursday, March 31, at 12:05 p.m.
The Scouting Report
Goodyear Ballpark has stirred back to life, marking the dawn of the Cactus League MLB season as the Reds and Indians return to the diamond for Spring Training. Throughout the rest of the month, both teams will switch off using the field as they host opponents from all around. But the ballpark isn’t the only thing these two squads have in common—both the Indians and Reds are stocked with talented players who are gearing up for the regular season. Here are a few to keep an eye on:
- Joey Votto (Reds): Quietly, Votto has been one of the game’s best hitters over the past decade. The 32-year-old first baseman put together another stellar year in 2015, clubbing 29 home runs to go along with a .314 batting average.
Brandon Phillips (Reds): An endless source of energy, Phillips provides the Reds with pop (12 home runs in 2015), speed (23 stolen bases), and guards second base with a Gold Glove-caliber defense and a knee-high recreation of the Great Wall.
- Francisco Lindor (Indians): At just 22 years old, Lindor is one of baseball’s most exciting young players. He burst onto the scene as a rookie last summer, socking 12 homers and collecting 51 RBIs in just 99 games.
- Indians pitchers: 2014 Cy Young winner Corey Kluber leads a daunting Cleveland staff that also includes Carlos Carrasco and Danny Salazar. All three hurlers finished among the American League’s strikeout leaders last season.
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Located on a three-acre parcel south of Yuma Road, Goodyear Ballpark was officially completed in early 2009. Since then, fans have filled its 8,000 stadium seats and 1,500 lawn seats every February and March wearing two shades of red—some cheering for the Cincinnati Reds, others for the Cleveland Indians, and still others for their favorite Skittle flavor. The Spring Training home for both MLB organizations, the ballpark sits as the centerpiece of a large complex of facilities, including eight other diamonds used by the city’s residents. Outside the ballpark, visitors are greeted by a fiberglass sculpture called The Ziz, which celebrates Goodyear's aviation history and stands 60'6" high—the exact distance between home plate and the pitcher's mound.