ANAHEIM -- Angels Spring Training tickets will go on sale starting Nov. 29 at 10 a.m. PT, the club announced Tuesday.

The Angels, training at Tempe Diablo Stadium for a 22nd season, will kick off their Cactus League schedule Feb. 28 at home against the Cubs. They'll wrap up from Arizona on March 26 against the A's in Phoenix, just before traveling to Southern California to play their annual three-game exhibition series against the Dodgers.

The Angels will play at Dodger Stadium March 27 and 28, then host the Dodgers at Angel Stadium on March 29 -- two days before Opening Day in Anaheim against the Mariners on March 31. Tickets for those games will be made available at a later date.

As part of their Cactus League schedule, which includes split-squad days on March 7, 12 and 17, the Angels will also host the A's (March 2), Rangers (4), Dodgers (6), Cubs (7), D-backs (8), Reds (9), Mariners (11 and 16), Brewers (12), White Sox (13), Giants (17 and 24), Royals (21) and Indians (23).

They'll also travel to face the Mariners (March 1), D-backs (3), Giants (5), Rockies (7 and 15), Indians (10), Rangers (12), Padres (14), Cubs (17 and 25), White Sox (19), Royals (20) and Brewers (22).

Tickets will be made available through Angels.com. Fans can purchase them at the Tempe Diablo Stadium ticket office starting Feb. 15.

Reporting dates and official workouts will be announced at a later date.

Worth noting

• Angels first-base prospect C.J. Cron completed a standout Arizona Fall League this weekend, posting a .413/.467/.700 slash line with five homers and 20 RBIs in 20 games. It was an uplifting sign from Cron, who struggled to hit for power while coming off right shoulder surgery in his first season of Double-A in 2013.

• Second baseman Taylor Lindsey (.225/.270/.363 in 19 games), outfielder Zach Borenstein (.136/.321/.227 in 14 games), catcher Jett Bandy (.258/.258/.419 in eight games), lefty Michael Roth (3.43 ERA in 21 innings), and righties Mike Morin (2.03 ERA in 13 1/3 innings), Cam Bedrosian (2.89 ERA in 9 1/3 innings) and R.J. Alvarez (5.40 ERA in 10 innings) also suited up for the Mesa Solar Sox in the AFL.

• The Angels agreed to terms on a Minor League contract with catcher Luis Martinez. The 28-year-old spent the 2013 season in the Orioles' Minor League system, posting a .257/.319/.346 slash line in 62 games, and appeared in a combined 32 Major League games with the Padres and Rangers from 2011-12.