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You Will Need
- Internet access
- Adventurous spirit
Find training camp
Do a little research online to find your favorite baseball team's spring training camp, which is in either Florida or Arizona.
Book a hotel
Book a hotel near your team's field. Remember to book early, at least by December, as watching spring training baseball has become increasingly more popular.
Bring the kids
Bring the kids along and introduce them to your favorite team and the game of baseball. The relaxed atmosphere and cheap seats make it a perfect family getaway.
Pack for the weather
Pack for the weather by bringing both warm- and cool-weather clothes, an umbrella or rain poncho, and plenty of sunscreen.
Arrive early and stay late
Arrive early to the games to catch the players warming up and feel free to stay late to watch them squeeze in some batting practice or drills.
Try weekday games
Try going to more weekday games as they are generally less crowded, and give you a greater chance of talking with the players or catching a foul ball.
Talk to locals
Talk to the locals about the best places to eat, can't-miss attractions, and, most importantly, traffic snarls on game days. And don't forget to enjoy yourself. Play ball!