Oakland and Seattle will hold the first full-squad workouts on Feb. 16, in Arizona, and the remainder of MLB will follow the days after. The Braves will be the last club to hold its first full-squad workout on Thursday, Feb. 21.The A’s and Mariners open Cactus League matchups on Feb. 21, while the Rays and Phillies start action in the Grapefruit League the following day.Here’s when the pitchers and catchers are expected to report with the date of the first full-squad workout coming a few days later:American League TeamPitchers and catchers reportFirst full-squad workoutBaltimore OriolesFeb. 13Feb. 18Boston Red SoxFeb. 13Feb. 18Chicago White SoxFeb. 13Feb. 18Cleveland IndiansFeb. 12Feb. 18Detroit TigersFeb. 13Feb. 18Houston AstrosFeb. 14Feb. 18Kansas City RoyalsFeb. 13Feb. 18Los Angeles AngelsFeb. 13Feb. 18Minnesota TwinsFeb. 14Feb. 18New York YankeesFeb. 14Feb. 19Oakland AthleticsFeb. 11Feb. 16Seattle MarinersFeb. 12Feb. 16Tampa Bay RaysFeb. 13Feb. 18Texas RangersFeb. 13Feb. 18Toronto Blue JaysFeb. 14Feb. 18National League TeamPitchers and catchers reportFirst full-squad workoutArizona DiamondbacksFeb. 13Feb. 18Atlanta BravesFeb. 16Feb. 21Chicago CubsFeb. 13Feb. 18Cincinnati RedsFeb. 13Feb. 18Colorado RockiesFeb. 13Feb. 18Los Angeles DodgersFeb. 13Feb. 19Miami MarlinsFeb. 13Feb. 18Milwaukee BrewersFeb. 14Feb. 19New York MetsFeb. 14Feb. 18Philadelphia PhilliesFeb. 13Feb. 18Pittsburgh PiratesFeb. 13Feb. 18San Diego PadresFeb. 13Feb. 18San Francisco GiantsFeb. 14Feb. 19St. Louis CardinalsFeb. 13Feb. 18Washington NationalsFeb. 14Feb. 19 In just a few short weeks MLB teams across the country will gather to kick off spring training ahead of the 2019 season. Each organization sets its own spring training reporting dates, although the camps tend to open the same week. The training camps are across Arizona with the Cactus League and Florida with the Grapefruit League. The A’s are the first to have their catchers and pitchers report on Feb. 11.