The Cincinnati Reds big league club is already playing baseball games in spring training, winning their 1st game yesterday on Matt McLain’s walk-off home run that if the scoreboard hadn’t gotten in the way may not have landed yet. The minor league side of spring training won’t begin playing games for another two weeks, with the first set of games beginning on Monday the 13th of March. Games will run through Sunday April the 2nd.

Here’s the schedule:

While games start on the 13th, there are only three games for the first two days. The Low A team does not play either of those days, while the Triple-A, Double-A, and High-A teams will. Everyone begins play on the 15th and that remains true through Monday the 27th. After a camp day on the 28th the Triple-A team will be set and head for Louisville as their regular season begins on March 31st in Nashville. Everyone else will remain in Arizona until the 2nd to continue to play games.

Just in case the schedule seems a little confusing, with four teams they split into groups of two. When the Triple-A and Double-A teams are at home then the two Single-A teams will be on the road, or vice versa. All 3/4 games will take place against the same organization from the other side and that organization will host half of the games at their complex.

While Louisville kicks off their season on March 31st, it’s another week before other Reds affiliates get their schedules going. Dayton and Chattanooga will take the field to open their seasons on Thursday April 6th. Daytona will join in on the fun the next night.

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