Mets Announce Spring Training Reporting Dates

The New York Mets announced their 2019 Spring Training Reporting Dates on Wednesday as follows:

Pitchers & Catchers Report: February 12

First P&C Workout: February 14

Position Players Report: February 16

First Full-Squad Workout: February 18

Grapefruit League Games Begin: February 23

Opening Day: March 28 at Washington

The Mets open Grapefruit League play against the Atlanta Braves on Feb. 23. It’s the second consecutive season the Mets host the Braves in their first spring game.

The team will host the Houston Astros, Miami Marlins and Washington Nationals three times each and the St. Louis Cardinals twice. The final home spring game is March 24 against the Nationals.

The schedule also features games with the Boston Red Sox, Baltimore Orioles. Houston Astros, and Detroit Tigers of the American League.  For the second time in three years, the New York Yankees have no games scheduled with the Mets.

Mets 2019 Grapefruit League Schedule

February

23: Atlanta Braves

24: Houston Astros

25: At Houston Astros

26: Detroit Tigers

26: At Atlanta Braves

27: Miami Marlins

28: At St. Louis Cardinals

March

1: At Detroit Tigers

2: Houston Astros

3: At St. Louis Cardinals

4: Boston Red Sox

4: At Houston Astros

5: At Miami Marlins

6: OFF

7: At Washington Nationals

8: Miami Marlins

9: At Boston Red Sox

10: St. Louis Cardinals

11: At Houston Astros

12: At Miami Marlins

13: Houston Astros

14: At St. Louis Cardinals

15: Washington Nationals

16: At Miami Marlins

17: At Washington Nationals

18: Washington Nationals

19: At Miami Marlins

20: OFF

21: Miami Marlins

22: St. Louis Cardinals

22: At Houston Astros

23: At Atlanta Braves

24: Washington Nationals

25: At Baltimore Orioles

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