Cleveland Guardians 2022 spring training tickets to go on sale Saturday

A general view of Goodyear Ballpark, home of the Cleveland Indians Spring Training (Photo by Norm Hall/Getty Images)
A general view of Goodyear Ballpark, home of the Cleveland Indians Spring Training (Photo by Norm Hall/Getty Images) /
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A general view of Goodyear Ballpark, home of the Cleveland Indians Spring Training (Photo by Norm Hall/Getty Images) /

Single-game tickets for the Cleveland Guardians’ 2022 spring training go on sale this weekend, even with Major League Baseball’s lockout showing no signs of ending anytime soon.

If you’re just as optimistic about the 2022 MLB season starting on time as the Cleveland Guardians, you’re in luck because the team has announced that spring training tickets will go on sale this weekend.

Starting this Saturday at noon ET, fans will be able to buy single-game tickets to the Guardians first-ever spring training – if it even happens!

As it currently stands, the Guardians are scheduled to play fifteen road games and fifteen home games out in Arizona this spring. The team will close out spring training with two games against the Diamondbacks March 28-29 at Chase Field before coming home for the alleged season opener March 31 against the Kansas City Royals.

It’s kind of wild to think that fans haven’t seen ANY actual photo evidence of a Guardians player wearing the new gear. Fans can’t even buy on-field hats or jerseys right now, so no one really knows what exactly this rebrand actually looks like, and there has been zero evidence of what that might mean for the spring training look either.

And with the lockout firmly in place and showing no signs of ending anytime soon, fans are going to have to keep waiting to see this stuff, though it might, you know, be nice to actually see the hats and jerseys at some point. Speaking of which, the team has reported selling more merchandise than expected as well, including a ton of the flying G logo, so here’s hoping we get a legitimate on-field hat of it!

I don’t mean that sarcastically, either. I love the flying G logo and will fight anyone on this matter.

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