Oakland A's 2012 MiLB ST Game Schedule

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The Oakland A's will officially open their minor league spring training camp on Monday, March 5, when pitchers and catchers report to the A's complex at Papago Park. Inside is the spring training game schedule for the A's minor leaguers for 2012.

The off-season officially comes to an end for the Oakland A's at the major league level this weekend when pitchers and catchers report on February 18.

While many A's minor leaguers are already in the Phoenix area and are working out at the A's minor league complex at Papago Park, the organization will officially welcome its first wave of minor leaguers on February 23 when pitchers and catchers invited to the A's minor league spring training mini-camp are expected to report.

The start of the A's full minor league spring training camp will begin on Monday, March 5 when pitchers and catchers report. Position players report on Sunday, March 11. The A's minor league spring training game schedule will run from Tuesday, March 13 through Friday, March 31. All games begin at 1:00 pm, except for the March 31st games, which will begin at 10:00 am. The A's will have camp days (which generally include team drills and intrasquad games) every Sunday and on Thursday, March 15. All practices and games at the A's minor league facility are open to the public and free of charge.

A's 2012 Minor League Game Schedule

* Note: road games will be played at the minor league facilities of the opposing team.

Tuesday, March 13 vs. Cincinnati: Triple-A (road), Double-A (road) (no official games for High-A and Low-A)

Wednesday, March 14 vs. San Francisco: Triple-A (home), Double-A (home) (no official games for High-A and Low-A)

Thursday, March 15: Camp day

Friday, March 16 vs. Colorado: Triple-A (home), Double-A (home) (no official games for High-A and Low-A)

Saturday, March 17 vs. LA Angels: Triple-A (road), Double-A (road) (no official games for High-A and Low-A)

Sunday, March 18: Camp day

Monday, March 19 vs. San Francisco: Triple-A (road), Double-A (road), High-A (home), Low-A (home)

Tuesday, March 20 vs. Milwaukee: Triple-A (home), Double-A (home), High-A (road), Low-A (road)

Wednesday, March 21 vs. Arizona: Triple-A (home), Double-A (home), High-A (road), Low-A (road)

Thursday, March 22 vs. Chicago Cubs: Triple-A (road), Double-A (road), High-A (home), Low-A (home)

Friday, March 23 vs. San Francisco: Triple-A (home), Double-A (home), High-A (road), Low-A (road)

Saturday, March 24 vs. Colorado: Triple-A (road), Double-A (road), High-A (home), Low-A (home)

Sunday, March 25: Camp day

Monday, March 26 vs. LA Angels: Triple-A (home), Double-A (home), High-A (road), Low-A (road)

Tuesday, March 27 vs. Chicago Cubs: Triple-A (road), Double-A (road), High-A (home), Low-A (home)

Wednesday, March 28 vs. San Francisco: Triple-A (home), Double-A (home), High-A (road), Low-A (road)

Thursday, March 29 vs. LA Angels: Triple-A (road), Double-A (road), High-A (home), Low-A (home)

Friday, March 30 vs. Arizona: Triple-A (road), Double-A (road), High-A (home), Low-A (home)

Saturday, March 31 vs. Colorado: Double-A (home), High-A (road), Low-A (road) (note: the Triple-A squad will be in Sacramento to play the A's at Raley Field)

Sunday, April 1: Camp day

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