Cubs announce 2015 Spring Training schedule

Chicago's Cactus League slate to open with split-squad action vs. A's, Giants

MESA, Ariz. -- The Cubs will open Cactus League play on March 5 with split-squad games against the Athletics at Cubs Park and against the Giants in Scottsdale, beginning their second Spring Training at their new facility.

The club's 29-game Cactus League schedule includes 15 games at Cubs Park and 14 road games. The team may add additional games in the future.

The Cubs and White Sox will meet twice with a game March 20 in Glendale and another game March 27 in Mesa. The Cubs conclude Cactus League play on April 1 against the Brewers at Cubs Park.

Individual game tickets for Cubs home spring games will go on sale Jan. 10 at 11 a.m. CT at the Cubs Park ticket office, on www.cubs.com or by calling 1-800-THE-CUBS. For season-ticket and group-ticket information, go to www.cubs.com/mesa or call 1-800-THE-CUBS.

Date, Opponent, Site

March 5 (ss) vs. A's at Cubs Park; vs. Giants in Scottsdale

March 6 vs. Reds at Cubs Park

March 7 vs. Rockies in Scottsdale

March 8 vs. Rangers at Cubs Park

March 9 vs. Padres at Cubs Park

March 10 vs. Indians in Goodyear

March 11 vs. Dodgers at Cubs Park

March 12 vs. Angels in Tempe

March 13 vs. Indians at Cubs Park

March 14 vs. Brewers in Maryvale

March 15 vs. Reds at Cubs Park

March 16 vs. Padres in Peoria

March 17 vs. Royals at Cubs Park

March 18 vs. Dodgers in Glendale

March 19 vs. Diamondbacks in Scottsdale

March 20 vs. White Sox in Glendale

March 21 vs. Mariners at Cubs Park

March 22 vs. Padres at Cubs Park

March 23: Off day

March 24 vs. Athletics in Mesa

March 25 vs. Mariners in Peoria

March 26 vs. Angels at Cubs Park

March 27 vs. White Sox at Cubs Park

March 28 (ss) vs. Rockies at Cubs Park; vs. Reds in Goodyear

March 29 vs. Royals in Surprise

March 30 vs. Giants at Cubs Park

March 31 vs. Rangers in Surprise

April 1 vs. Brewers at Cubs Park

Carrie Muskat is a reporter for MLB.com. She writes a blog, Muskat Ramblings, and you can follow her on Twitter @CarrieMuskat. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.