The Arizona Complex League, operated by Major League Baseball, is a Rookie-level circuit that has operated in Arizona since 1988. Most games are played at Major League Spring Training complexes. Games are open to the public with free admission.
East: ACL Angels (Los Angeles), ACL Diamondbacks Black (Arizona), ACL Diamondbacks Red (Arizona), ACL Giants Black (San Francisco), ACL Giants Orange (San Francisco), ACL Rockies (Colorado)
Central: ACL Athletics (Oakland), ACL Cubs (Chicago), ACL Brewers Blue (Milwaukee), ACL Brewers Gold (Milwaukee), ACL Indians (Cleveland), ACL Reds (Cincinnati)
West: ACL Dodgers (Los Angeles), ACL Mariners (Seattle), ACL Padres (San Diego), ACL Rangers (Texas), ACL Royals (Kansas City), ACL White Sox (Chicago)
Download the schedule for the Rangers and Royals Arizona Complex leagues.
All games are scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. - gates will open at 5 p.m.
Kansas City Royals Practice Complex - access to the Kansas City Royals practice facility is located on the north west end of the Stadium complex off of Bullard Avenue and Buck O’Neil Way, parking is located north of the stadium.
Texas Rangers Practice Complex - access to the Texas Rangers practice facility is located on the east side of the Surprise Stadium complex off of Bullard Avenue and Tierra Buena, parking is located just south of Tierra Buena Lane, just south of the Surprise Aquatic Center.
Parking is free.