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Milwaukee Brewers 2024 Schedule Released: Games to Watch

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MLB announced on Thursday the release of the 2024 schedule for all 30 teams just one day after announcing that the Dodgers and Padres will kick off the season with an International game in Seoul, South Korea. Opening Day is slated to be Thursday, March 28 with the final game of the season on Sunday, September 29.

Since the implementation of all 30 MLB teams playing each other, there are going to be some fun match-ups in store once again for the 2024 season. Let’s take a look at a few exciting games fans can look forward to next season.

Opening Day: March 28 @ Mets

The New York Mets not only open the season for the crew, but close out the season as they’ll be in Milwaukee Sept. 27-29. The Brewers will be out of town for MLB’s Opening Day as they take on the Mets on March 28 at Citi Field.

When the Brewers opened their season at home this season against the Mets, you might recall that a certain rookie by the name of Brice Turang hit his first career HR….Which was also a grand slam.

Home Opener: April 2 against the Minnesota Twins.

The Brewers will open up their season at home on Tuesday, April 2 in a two-game series against the Minnesota Twins. They will also see the Twins again in July for another two-game series in Minnesota.

One thing to note: The Brewers don’t play the Chicago Cubs until May; The last few years of Opening Day have been against the Cubbies.

April 26-28: Home against Yankees

Aaron Judge and the New York Yankees will be traveling to Milwaukee once again to face the Brewers in a three-game series at the end of April. This is the only time this season that we will see the crew face off with the Yankees. They last went against Milwaukee in September of 2022, where Garrett Mitchell had an amazing walk-off in Game 1 of that amazing series.

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