Adam Rubin has the details on the schedule, but for what i care about…
1. Remember there are only 2 games vs. Yankees at Citi, so if you make some $ selling the Yankee games to off-set your 15 game plan there is one fewer game to sell.
2. I don’t see any cool road-trips like this year’s SF-SD pairing (which I wound up not taking). Arizona-LA could work, but in August it is unappealing to me. Give me that pair in April and I’d bite.
The new schedule calls for season-long interleague play to accommodate having 15 teams in each league. As such, the Mets visit Minnesota (April 12-14), the White Sox (June 25-26) and Cleveland (Sept. 6-8). They host the White Sox (May 7-8), Royals (Aug. 2-4) and Tigers (Aug. 23-25).
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