The Toronto Blue Jays will begin the 2020 season in 18 days, as MLB teams revealed their schedules today.
The Blue Jays will visit Tampa Bay for opening day on July 24, which starts a three-game series.
The MLB regular season will begin with two high-profile matchups one day earlier on July 23: the New York Yankees against the Washington Nationals, and the San Francisco Giants against the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Following their three-game set in Tampa, the Jays will play two games on the road against the Washington Nationals July 27 and 28. The Blue Jays’ first two home games are also against the Nationals, scheduled for July 29 and 30.
Toronto’s regular season concludes on September 27, at home to the Baltimore Orioles.
Major League Baseball will play a 60-game season this year, the shortest season since 1878. The Blue Jays will play teams exclusively from the AL East and NL East divisions.
Here’s the full schedule:
Games will be played without fans at each team’s home ballpark, with the possible exception of Toronto. The Jays, who are back training at Rogers Centre, are attempting to get government approval to host games in Canada.
Officially, the Blue Jays have listed the location of their home games as “TBD.”