Major League Baseball revealed the schedule for the 2020 regular season today. The Mets will open against the Nationals for the second year in a row, this time at home, on Thursday, March 26.
The main standout of the team’s schedule is a three game series against the Marlins in San Juan, Puerto Rico from April 28-30, with the Marlins playing as the home team. The Mets last played in Puerto Rico in 2010.
They will play the American League West in interleague play in 2020, with home series against the Astros, Mariners, and Rangers, and away series in Houston, Los Angeles, and Oakland. They will also play the Yankees, in the Bronx on July 7 and 8, and at home on July 28 and 29.
The All Star Game will be played on July 14 in Dodgers Stadium.
The Mets will play home games on Father’s Day and the Fourth of July and away games on Mother’s Day and Labor Day. They will be off on Memorial Day.
The Mets end their 2020 regular season in Miami on Sunday, September 27.