Tuesday, September 9, 2014

AL East vs. NL East in Interleague Play in 2015

As many of you probably know I was born in the Bronx, New York and have since moved to metro Atlanta, Georgia. I miss my New York Yankees terribly and I must go and see them every time they come down to Atlanta, which unfortunately is not often. Early 2015 schedules have been officially released this week and it looks like I will get to see my Derek Jeter-less Yankees next year in Turner Field.

Every year a certain division basically plays another certain division in interleague play, although not exclusively. For instance this season the Yankees had two series home and away with the Chicago Cubs, one series at home with the Cincinnati Reds, a road series with the Milwaukee Brewers, the Pittsburgh Pirates came to Yankee Stadium, and the St. Louis Cardinals hosted a series in Busch Stadium this season. I say not exclusively because the Yankees always play the four game Subway Series home and away with the New York Mets.

In 2015 the Yankees are scheduled to play the Washington Nationals, Atlanta Braves, Miami Marlins, Philadelphia Phillies, and the New York Mets in Interleague play. The Yankees will travel to Atlanta during the hottest month in the ATL, August, to take on the Braves August 28-30th. Expect me to be there.

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