The Cincinnati Reds are moving west, taking up residency at Goodyear Ballpark with the Cleveland Indians. The team will train at a nearby facility and then play games at the ballpark.
Spring Training History
The Cincinnati Reds have trained in the following locations: Cincinnati (1901-1902); Augusta, Ga. (1903); Dallas (1904); Jacksonville (1905); San Antonio (1906); Marlin Springs, Texas (1907); St. Augustine (1908); Atlanta (1909); Hot Springs, Ark. (1910-1911); Columbus, Ga. (1912); Mobile, Ala. (1913); Alexandria, La. (1914-1915); Shreveport (1916-1917); Montgomery, Ala. (1918); Waxahachie, Texas (1919); Miami (1920); Cisco, Texas (1921); Mineral Wells, Texas (1922); Orlando (1923-1930); Tampa (1931-1942); Bloomington, Ind. (1943-1945); Tampa (1946-1987); Plant City, Fla. (1988-1997); Sarasota (1998-2008); Goodyear (2009-present).
Goodyear Ballpark opened in 2008 as the spring home of the Cleveland Indians. The Cincinnati Reds moved there in 2009.