Padres announced Spring Training schedule …

Here’s a story I posted on Thursday night about the Padres Spring Training schedule for 2010.
For a link to the schedule itself, click here.

Corey Brock, Padres.com, Twitter: @FollowThePadres

The Padres announced their 2010 Spring Training schedule on Thursday, one that has them opening with a familiar foe.

The Padres will play their annual charity game against the Seattle
Mariners on March 4 before officially starting the Cactus League season
the following day with another game in Peoria against the Mariners.

This will be the Padres’ 17th spring in Peoria.

San Diego pitchers and catchers are set to report to the Spring
Training facility Feb. 18, with their first workout set for the
following day.

Position players are scheduled to report on Feb. 24 with the first full-squad workout set for the following day.

The Padres will play a 32-game Spring Training schedule, with
Channel 4 in San Diego schedule to televise five of those games. All
Spring Training games, with the exception of the charity game, will be
broadcast on XX 1090, the Padres’ flagship station.

Games on Friday, Saturday and Sunday during Spring Training will be covered live in Spanish on XEMO 860 AM.

The Padres will close Spring Training with two games in
California, one in Anaheim against the Angels on April 1. The following
day, the Padres will face with Class A affiliate in Lake Elsinore.

The Padres open the 2010 regular season on April 5 against the
Arizona Diamondbacks in Phoenix. The home opener is set for April 12
against the Atlanta Braves.

Tickets for all Padres games at the Peoria Sports Complex will
go on sale on Saturday, Jan. 9, at 8 a.m. PT. Tickets may be purchased
online at padres.com, via phone at 800-677-1227 or in person at the
Peoria Sports Complex.

Individual game tickets are priced from $6 to $23 with
discounts available for group purchases and season ticket packages. For
more information, contact the Peoria Stadium Box Office at (623)
773-8720.

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