UNITED STATES – The Cincinnati Reds, which have relocated their spring training home from Florida to the southwest, unveiled a new player development complex this past weekend in Goodyear, Arizona.
The Reds will share a main stadium with the Cleveland Indians, who opened their practice facilities last year.
The publicly funded new state-of-the-art facility boast six full-sized practice diamonds, two half-sized fields for infielders, and an agility drills grass area.
The $23 million complex also features several bullpen areas, covered batting cages, and a 43,000 square foot, two-story building that will contain clubhouses, a rehab center and offices.
The Reds and Goodyear signed a 20-year lease, with a pair of five-year options that could extend the stay to 30 years.
The Reds pitchers and catchers will report to Spring Training at the Goodyear complex on Feb. 18.