Thinking about traveling down to see your Los Angeles Dodgers regulars play five hard innings before taking a Desert Breather this spring? Then make your way down to Arizona, where we've got position player battles aplenty, bullpen roles to sort out, and more Thor than you can shake a thunderstick at.
The 2023 Dodgers will look a little different than last year's edition, and if you want a sneak peak, then pitchers and catchers are only three weeks or so away from reporting (Feb. 16, but who's counting?).
This year's official, regular season Dodgers schedule begins on March 30 at beautiful Dodger Stadium against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Spring Training, on the other hand, begins on the road against the Milwaukee Brewers.
The Dodgers return home the next day, Feb. 26, to take on the Chicago Cubs, though, a game which they'll be playing at...
Where do the Los Angeles Dodgers play their 2023 Spring Training schedule in Arizona?
...Camelback Ranch, otherwise known as the New Dodgertown! It feels like eons since the team left Florida and their historic facilities of yesteryear in Vero Beach, but it's simultaneously difficult to believe the franchise abandoned ship and moved west all the way back in 2008 (after that year's camp ended).
Now, the Dodgers and White Sox share a facility in Glendale, AZ, a partnership that has yet to result in any uncomfortable World Series rematches (though there's still hope, if Luis Robert can finally put it together).
The exhibition slate will wrap up early in Arizona on March 25, with three more preseason games to follow against the Angels prior to the regular season. It'll be one at Dodger Stadium (March 26), followed by two further up the freeway in Anaheim on March 27 & 28.
Ideally, this spring wraps up as pressure-free as the previous few, even with Clayton Kershaw away at the World Baseball Classic. If you happen to be in the Phoenix suburbs, it'll be time for Dodger Baseball!