Giants unveil Spring Training schedule

Giants unveil Spring Training schedule

SAN FRANCISCO -- The World Series champion Giants announced Friday that they'll open their Cactus League schedule Feb. 25 against the Arizona Diamondbacks.

That will mark the first of 32 exhibition games the Giants will play in Arizona, including 16 at their spring home, Scottsdale Stadium.

The Giants will host each Cactus League team at least once, including the Chicago Cubs (March 1), World Series opponent Texas (March 7), the archrival Los Angeles Dodgers (March 12, split-squad, and March 18) and the cross-bay rival Oakland A's (March 20).

Game times and ticket information will be announced later.

Giants Spring Training schedule
The Giants will play 32 Cactus League games in Arizona, starting with the Feb. 25 opener in Scottsdale.
DATE DAY OPPONENT SITE
Feb. 25 Friday Arizona Scottsdale
Feb. 26 Saturday Off-day
Feb. 27 Sunday Arizona Phoenix
Feb. 28 Monday Milwaukee (ss) Maryvale
March 1 Tuesday Chicago-NL Scottsdale
March 2 Wednesday Arizona (ss) Scottsdale
March 3 Thursday Colorado Phoenix
March 4 Friday Milwaukee (ss) Scottsdale
    Los Angeles-NL Glendale
March 5 Saturday Oakland Phoenix
March 6 Sunday Seattle Scottsdale
March 7 Monday Texas Scottsdale
March 8 Tuesday Seattle Peoria
March 9 Wednesday Chicago-AL Scottsdale
March 10 Thursday Cincinnati Goodyear
March 11 Friday San Diego Peoria
March 12 Saturday Los Angeles-NL (ss) Scottsdale
March13 Sunday Texas Surprise
March14 Monday Milwaukee Scottsdale
March 15 Tuesday Arizona Phoenix
March 16 Wednesday Chicago-AL Glendale
March 17 Thursday Los Angeles-AL Scottsdale
March 18 Friday Los Angeles-NL Scottsdale
March 19 Saturday Kansas City Scottsdale
March 20 Sunday Oakland (ss) Scottsdale
    Chicago-NL Mesa
March 21 Monday Colorado Scottsdale
March 22 Tuesday Off-day
March 23 Wednesday Los Angeles-AL Tempe
March 24 Thursday Cleveland Scottsdale
March 25 Friday Kansas City Surprise
March 26 Saturday Cincinnati (ss) Scottsdale
    Cleveland Goodyear
March 27 Sunday Kansas City Surprise

Chris Haft is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.