It's the shortest and simplest post we do all year.
And with a major winter storm bearing down on the Midwest on its way to points east, I'm assuming most of you will also agree that it's among the sweetest. So without further delay, listed below are the just-announced pitchers and catchers reporting dates for all 30 squads, followed by each team's first full squad workout date in parentheses.
Sunday, Feb. 12
Seattle Mariners (Feb. 18)
Sunday, Feb. 19
Chicago Cubs (Feb. 24), Cincinnati Reds (24), Oakland Athletics (25), San Francisco Giants (24), Baltimore Orioles (24), Minnesota Twins (24), Philadelphia Phillies (24), Pittsburgh Pirates (24), St. Louis Cardinals (24),
Monday, Feb. 20
Arizona Diamondbacks (25), Colorado Rockies (Feb. 27), Los Angeles Angels (27), Milwaukee Brewers (25), San Diego Padres (25), Atlanta Braves (25), Detroit Tigers (24), Houston Astros (26), New York Yankees (25), Washington Nationals (25)
Tuesday, Feb. 21
Kansas City Royals (Feb. 25), Boston Red Sox (25), Tampa Bay Rays (26),
Wednesday, Feb. 22
Cleveland Indians (Feb. 25), Los Angeles Dodgers (28), Miami Marlins (26), New York Mets (27), Toronto Blue Jays (25)
Thursday, Feb. 23
Chicago White Sox (Feb. 28), Texas Rangers (26)
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