2021 MLB Spring Training Ticket Stubs!

Did you go to Spring Training this year but are agonizing over not having a ticket stub from the game?  I get it, and I’m with you!  I buy more tickets through StubHub than the traditional box office, and have battled the lack of a physical stub for years.  In the past I’d just ask someone sitting to my left or right, and more times than not would score a ticket stub pretty easily.  As more teams changed their season ticket plans and went all-digital, finding stubs started getting harder every game.  I came up with a generic ticket back in 2019 that’s worked great, and since Spring Training this year is entirely ticketless, I figured I’d put together a quick revision for 2021 Spring Training.

I hope this helps keep your ticket stub books alive!  I know those early stubs with my dad growing up, and later with my own kids, have sentimental value, and I’d bet it’s the same for a lot of you. Inserting your ticket into the template is as easy as snapshotting your ticket on StubHub or the MLB At Bat app, and the logos are simple to shift and change out.  Shoutout to Sportslogos.net for the logos I’m using in the template.

What was your favorite part of Spring Training this year?  Was it a foul ball you handed off to a kid?  An exciting play by a player you’ve never seen before, or an early March homerun by an established superstar?  Spring Training games are great because even in this COVID-impacted year, there’s just something different about Spring Training.  It’s a promise of a new season and an escape from reality for even a few days.  There’s something relaxing about watching games in the Spring sunshine, knowing that win or lose today, you’re in the sun, and a full season is just around the corner.

While you’re here, I hit all 10 Cactus League parks this year as part of a 12 games in 7 day marathon, and thought I’d rank them!

#10 – Scottsdale Stadium

#9 – Hohokam Stadium

#8 – Tempe Diablo Stadium

#7 – American Family Fields

#6 – Camelback Ranch

#5 – Surprise Stadium

#4 – Peoria Sports Complex

#3 – Goodyear Ballpark

#2 – Salt River Fields

#1 – Sloan Park

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