New York Yankees

New York Yankees

New York Yankees

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - JULY 18: National League All-Stars Joc Pederson #23 of the San Francisco Giants and Joe Musgrove #44 of the San Diego Padres talk with American League All-Star Gerrit Cole #45 of the New York Yankees (C) during the 2022 Gatorade All-Star Workout Day at Dodger Stadium on July 18, 2022 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

While there is still a month and a half to go in the 2022 regular season, and, of course, an entire postseason to play in October, Major League Baseball has released its complete 2023 schedule.

The new season features a major change in scheduling, namely the fact that all 30 Major League teams will play one another throughout the season. That means the Yankees, for example, will play all 15 National League teams in 2023. Gone is the interleague divisional rotation, where a team like the Yankees would play the NL East once every three years. The change also means there will be less divisional games, down from 19 per opponent to just 13 games per opponent. Case in point, the Mets face the Marlins twice in April and then don’t see Miami again until September.

What do the schedules look like? Check it out below!

  • Mets 2023 Schedule

  • Yankees 2023 Schedule

  • Fan Reaction Mixed to Not Great

    Fan reaction to the change in MLB’s schedule is mixed to say the least. A lot of people like the fact that some of baseball’s biggest stars will travel to all MLB cities, but others wish that baseball go back to simpler times when there was actually a focus on divisional and intra-league play.

  • Aaron Judge's Future?

    Ironically, the Yankees are opening  up the 2023 season at home against the San Francisco Giants. Not only will it mark the rare interleague opening day,  and will rekindle a once-vibrant rivalry when the Giants used to play across the Harlem River at the Polo Grounds, but, it could have an Aaron Judge theme. Judge is scheduled to be a free agent this winter, and one of the teams rumored to be interested in Judge is the Giants. Judge hails from the Bay Area. Judge rejected the Yankees contract offer in April, betting on himself in free agency. Turns out that was a good bet as Judge is a favorite to be the AL MVP.

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