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Written by Maury Brown   
Tuesday, 15 September 2009 15:13

MLBMajor League Baseball today announced the master 2010 regular season schedule for all 30 Major League Baseball Clubs.

The 2010 championship season will begin on Sunday, April 4th, with a national broadcast of ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball. The match-up will be announced at a later date. Major League Baseball’s traditional Opening Day will be held on Monday, April 5th. Target Field, the new home of the Minnesota Twins, is scheduled to open its doors in a day game against the Boston Red Sox on Monday, April 12th. (see artist renderings of Target Field) The Los Angeles Dodgers will host the Arizona Diamondbacks at Dodger Stadium on April 15th, which will highlight 2010 Jackie Robinson Day throughout Major League Baseball. Interleague Play is scheduled to commence on Friday, May 21st. On Tuesday, July 13th, the 81st All-Star Game will be played at Angel Stadium of Anaheim.

The first day of Major League Baseball’s 2010 First-Year Player Draft will be held at the MLB Network on Monday, June 7th. The Draft will be completed on Wednesday, June 9th.

Select Read More to see the accompanying files for the complete 2010 American League and National League schedules.


2010 AL Master Schedule
Select to see the 2010 American League Master
Schedule (PDF)
2010 AL Master Schedule
Select to see the 2010 National League Master
Schedule (PDF)

Source: Major League Baseball




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