Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Hitting The High Notes of the 2015 Schedule

It seems like the Yankees start the season later than usual with an April 6th Opening Day game against the Toronto Blue Jays. New York faces the entire AL East division to start the season with three games each against the Tampa Bay Rays, Baltimore Orioles, Toronto Blue Jays, and Boston Red Sox.

The AL East plays the NL East in Interleague play next season and the New York Mets and the Yankees will play two series of three games each instead of the four game home and home series we've grown accustomed to the last two season. The first Mets and Yankees game is on April 24th at Yankee Stadium.

The Detroit Tigers (four games) and the Mets (three games) are the only non AL East teams the Yankees play until they travel to Kansas City to take on the Royals on May 15. That's 29 division games and seven games outside the division to start the season.

The last time the Yankees will be on the West Coast will be July 1 against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. The All Star Game is in Cincinnati on July 14. New York finishes Interleague play with a September series with the Mets on September 20.

New York finishes the season on the road against the Baltimore Orioles on October 4.

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