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2019 Houston Astros spring training schedule

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The Houston Astros' Jose Altuve hits a single off Cleveland Indians pitcher Mike Clevinger during Game 3 of the American League Division Series in October in Cleveland. [AP Photo/Phil Long]
Published Feb. 1

WHERE: FITTEAM Ballpark of the Palm Beaches, 5444 Haverhill Rd, West Palm Beach, FL 33407

CALL: (561) 500-4487

REPORTING DATES: Pitchers and catchers, Feb. 14; full squad, Feb. 18.

SPRING TRAINING 2019: Team-by-team Grapefruit League schedules and ticket information

TICKETS: Click here to purchase tickets

Team schedule

Feb 23 NATIONALS 6:35

Feb 24 BRAVES 1:05 (ss)

Feb 24 at Mets (Port St. Lucie) 1:10 (ss)

Feb 25 METS 1:05

Feb 26 at Marlins (Jupiter) 1:05

Feb 27 NATIONALS 1:05

Feb 28 MARLINS 1:05

Mar 1 CARDINALS 6:05

Mar 2 at Mets (Port St. Lucie) 1:10

Mar 3 NATIONALS 1:05

Mar 4 METS 1:05 (ss)

Mar 4 at Braves (Orlando) 1:05 (ss)

Mar 5 off

Mar 6 MARLINS 1:05

Mar 7 at Marlins (Jupiter) 1:05

Mar 8 CARDINALS 6:05

Mar 9 at Cardinals (Jupiter) 1:05

Mar 10 NATIONALS 1:05

Mar 11 METS 1:05

Mar 12 NATIONALS 6:35

Mar 13 at Mets (Port St. Lucie) 1:10

Mar 14 MARLINS 1:05

Mar 15 CARDINALS 6:05 (ss)

Mar 15 at Cardinals (Jupiter) 6:05 (ss)

Mar 16 at Phillies (Clearwater) 1:05

Mar 17 at Braves (Orlando) 1:05

Mar 18 off

Mar 19 PHILLIES 1:05

Mar 20 YANKEES 1:05

Mar 21 at Tigers (Lakeland) 1:05

Mar 22 METS 6:05

Mar 23 at Marlins (Jupiter) 7:05

Mar 24 NATIONALS 1:05

(ss) - denotes split squad


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