Spring Training Is Just Around the Corner: When Do the Yankees Report?

Spring training is just around the corner, and that means the Yankees are getting ready to report to Tampa, Florida for another season. Here’s everything you need to know about when they report and what to expect.

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As baseball fans eagerly await the start of the new season, teams are already hard at work preparing for spring training. For many players, this is the chance to get back into game shape after the long off-season. But for newcomers to a team, spring training is an opportunity to prove themselves and earn a spot on the roster.

So when do the Yankees report for spring training?

While the official reporting date has not been announced yet, pitchers and catchers are typically required to report several days before the full squad. In 2019, pitchers and catchers reported on February 12, with the first workout taking place on February 13. The first full-squad workout was held on February 18.

It’s important to note that these dates are subject to change, so be sure to check back for updates closer to spring training.

The Yankees are scheduled to play their first spring training game against the Detroit Tigers on February 23. The game will be held at George M. Steinbrenner Field in Tampa, Florida.

Reporting Dates for Yankees Players

The New York Yankees have announced their reporting dates for Spring Training this year. pitchers and catchers will report on February 12th and the first full squad workout will be on February 17th.

Pitchers and Catchers

Position players aren’t required to report to spring training until February 18, but most of them show up early to get a jump on things. The first full-squad workout isn’t until February 22.

Pitchers and catchers tend to report a little earlier so that they have time to get acclimated to the warm weather and prepare their arm for the rigors of the season. They will have their first workout on February 12.

Position Players

The first group of pitchers and catchers have to report to Tampa, Florida on February 13. Position players have a little bit more leeway and are allowed to report on February 18. The first full-squad workout is not until February 22.

distinct groups will report to camp on different days as the Yankees get ready for spring training and the 2020 season.

Training Schedule

yarns report to training camp in late February to begin preparing for the upcoming season. The first few weeks usually consist of pitchers and catchers reporting, followed by the rest of the team.

Pitchers and Catchers

Pitchers and Catchers Report Dates
The 2020 MLB season is just around the corner, and spring training is in full swing. Here are the report dates for all 30 teams.

Arizona Diamondbacks: February 10
Atlanta Braves: February 10
Baltimore Orioles: February 10
Boston Red Sox: February 10
Chicago Cubs: February 10
Chicago White Sox: February 10
Cincinnati Reds: February 10
Cleveland Indians: February 10
Colorado Rockies: February 10
Detroit Tigers: February 10
Houston Astros: February 10
Kansas City Royals: February 10
Los Angeles Angels: February 10
Los Angeles Dodgers: February 10
Miami Marlins: February 10
Milwaukee Brewers:February 11
Minnesota Twins::February 11
New York Mets::February 11
New York Yankees::February 11

Oakland Athletics::February 11

Philadelphia Phillies::February 11

Pittsburgh Pirates::February 11

San Diego Padres::February 11

San Francisco Giants::February 11

Seattle Mariners::February 12

St. Louis Cardinals::February 12

Tampa Bay Rays::February 12

Position Players

Pitchers and catchers reported to George M. Steinbrenner Field in Tampa, Fla., on Feb. 12, with the first full-squad workout taking place on Feb. 18. Here is the reporting date schedule for the rest of the Yankees’ position players:

Feb. 23: Infielders, outfielders and designated hitters
Feb. 25: Pitchers and catchers begin throwing to hitters


While pitchers and catchers have been working out at Steinbrenner Field for weeks, the Yankees will hold their first full-squad workout on Monday, February 17. Manager Aaron Boone and his coaching staff will have their first opportunity to work with the entire team before they begin their exhibition schedule against the Blue Jays on February 23.

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