Tuesday, September 10, 2013

MLB Releases Tentative 2014 Schedule

Up at Yankees.com there is the tentative 2014 schedule for the Yankees released today by Major League Baseball. Here are some of the high spots next season, assuming there will be some for a team another year older and presumably $50 million bucks cheaper.

 The Yankees open up 2014 on the road on April 1 in Houston to face the Astros. The Yankees will finish the regular season on September 28 in Boston against the Red Sox. The month of September should be fun as the Yankees play the bulk of their games inside the AL East division with just one three game series against the Kansas City Royals. 
 The All-Star Game is July 15 in Target Field, home of the Minnesota Twins, in Minneapolis. We will know a lot about the Yankees heading into the break as they finish the first half of the season on an 11 Game road trip. They will come out of the  break with a 10 game home stand which screams HOPE Week to me. The annual Subway Series, more commonly known as the closest thing to the World Series for Mets fans, will be May 12-15 with two games at Citi Field and then two games at Yankee Stadium much like the 2013 season. 
The Yankees will play the NL Central division in Interleague Play in 2014 including road games in Milwaukee, St. Louis, and a historic trip and reunion for Alfonso Soriano in Wrigley Field. We will also host the Pittsburgh Pirates, Cincinnati Reds, and the Cubs for a series at Yankees Stadium.  
Should be another fun, yet challenging, season in 2014 and I look forward to it already. Buy Yankees Tickets as soon as they become available because they should go fast, especially with teams like the Cubs coming to town. 

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