Here's when your favorite MLB team reports for spring training

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The Super Bowl is over, Tom Brady has another ring and your sports calendar should have turned over a new page — it’s baseball season, folks.

Even though the two biggest free agents this offseason — Bryce Harper and Manny Machado — are still set on the open market, the spring training machine won’t be stopped. Pitchers and catchers report next week, with the full squads coming in a few days later.

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The Oakland Athletics are the first team to open camp, on Feb. 10, while most of the league gets started on Feb. 12. Dates for each team vary, so we’re doing you a solid. Here’s a rundown of every team’s spring training report dates.

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• Arizona Diamondbacks: Feb. 12 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 17 (position players)

• Atlanta Braves: Feb. 15 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 20 (position players)

• Baltimore Orioles: Feb. 12 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 17 (position players)

• Boston Red Sox: Feb. 12 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 17 (position players)

• Chicago Cubs: Feb. 12 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 17 (position players)

• Chicago White Sox: Feb. 12 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 17 (position players)

• Cincinnati Reds: Feb. 12 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 17 (position players)

• Cleveland Indians: Feb. 12 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 16 (position players)

• Colorado Rockies: Feb. 12 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 17 (position players)

• Detroit Tigers: Feb. 12 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 17 (position players)

• Houston Astros: Feb. 13 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 17 (position players)

Spring training opens for MLB teams next week, as pitchers and catchers report. (Getty Images)
Spring training opens for MLB teams next week, as pitchers and catchers report. (Getty Images)

• Kansas City Royals: Feb. 12 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 17 (position players)

• Los Angeles Angels: Feb. 12 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 17 (position players)

• Los Angeles Dodgers: Feb. 12 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 18 (position players)

• Miami Marlins: Feb. 13 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 18 (position players)

• Milwaukee Brewers: Feb. 13 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 18 (position players)

• Minnesota Twins: Feb. 13 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 17 (position players)

• New York Mets: Feb. 12 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 16 (position players)

• New York Yankees: Feb. 13 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 18 (position players)

• Oakland Athletics: Feb. 10 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 15 (position players)

• Philadelphia Phillies: Feb. 12 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 17 (position players)

• Pittsburgh Pirates: Feb. 12 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 17 (position players)

• San Diego Padres: Feb. 12 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 17 (position players)

• San Francisco Giants: Feb. 13 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 18 (position players)

• Seattle Mariners: Feb. 11 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 15 (position players)

• St. Louis Cardinals: Feb. 12 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 17 (position players)

• Tampa Bay Rays: Feb. 12 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 17 (position players)

• Texas Rangers: Feb. 12 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 17 (position players)

• Toronto Blue Jays: Feb. 13 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 17 (position players)

• Washington Nationals: Feb. 13 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 18 (position players)

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Mike Oz is a writer at Yahoo Sports. Contact him at mikeozstew@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter!

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