2013 Milwaukee Brewers Schedule, Highlights

While there’s still work to be done in 2012, Major League Baseball released it’s preliminary 2013 schedule today.

The Milwaukee Brewers open at home with a three-game set against the Colorado Rockies beginning on Monday, April 1st.

They’re home for six games over seven days before hitting the road where they’ll help the Chicago Cubs open their home season at Wrigley Field on Monday, April 8th.

The biggest changes for 2013 are of course the nearly daily occurance of at least one interleague game on the schedule, a move necessitated by the shifting to the American League from the National League of the Houston Astros.

The Brewers’ first interleague series is a short two-game set against the Texas Rangers on May 7-8 at Miller Park. The Brewers do play the Astros in Interleague play as well, heading to Houston for a three-game series June 18-20.

Their old “natural” rival Minnesota Twins are faced in what’s basically a “home-and-home” pair of two game series between May 27-30. The first two are played at Miller Park with the final two at Target Field in Minneapolis.

In all there are seven Interleague series for the Brewers in 2013. They host the Oakland Athletics from June 3-5. They’ll be in Seattle from August 10-12 before heading to Texas for a pair of games August 13-14. Their last interleague series of the year will be run from August 30-September 1 when Mike Trout and the Los Angeles Angels come to town.

Milwaukee closes the 2013 season with a seven-game road trip to Atlanta to face the Braves for three games and Flushing where they’ll close the regular season with a four-game set against the Mets.

Click here for a PDF version of the schedule: http://mlblogsbrewers.files.wordpress.com/2012/09/mb-2013-schedule-h-no-allfan.pdf

2 Comments

Are there no plans for regular season October games in 2013? Why so many changes to the inner league play schedule? Why is it necessary to play so many games against AL teams? Thanks for the schedule. First I’ve seen of one!

With the Astros switching leagues it makes for 15 clubs in each. Can’t have two teams sitting for days at a time.

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