The team opens Cactus League play on Friday, February 23.
The Rangers close their spring schedule with two games versus Boston at Globe Life Field, March 25-26.

The Texas Rangers will play 32 spring training games in 2024, including 30 Cactus League contests. Major League Baseball released the complete 2024 spring training schedule on Tuesday.

The Rangers will conclude the spring schedule with a pair of games at Globe Life Field versus the Boston Red Sox Monday, March 25 at 7:05 p.m. CT and Tuesday, March 26 at 1:05 p.m. CT. Ticket information for those games will be announced at a later date.

Texas’ 30-game Arizona schedule features 17 contests at Surprise Stadium/Billy Parker Field, the 22nd spring that the Rangers have trained in Surprise beginning in 2003.

The Rangers will be the home team for 15 of those games and will be the visiting club for two contests against the Kansas City Royals, who share the Surprise complex with Texas. Those two teams are scheduled to play four times overall in Surprise in 2024, the Cactus League opener on Friday, February 23 (Rangers home game), Saturday, February 24 (Royals home game), Friday, March 8 (Rangers home game), and Saturday, March 23 (Royals home game).

In addition, the Rangers will play the Arizona Diamondbacks twice and every other Cactus League team except San Diego once each in Surprise. At the other Cactus League parks, the team has two games scheduled with Colorado and one game each against 11 of the other 12 teams, the exception being the Padres.

Texas Rangers 2024 Spring Training Schedule

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Group tickets, season tickets, and mini-plan packages for the 2024 Spring Training Season will go on sale starting Tuesday, October 24, at 10 a.m. (MST).
Each ticket option will offer unique perks, savings over the individual game ticket price, a choice of the best available seating locations, and exclusive access to pre-sale opportunities.

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