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Brewers Release 2013 Schedule

Miller Park opens for the 2013 season on April 1.
Miller Park opens for the 2013 season on April 1.

As of noon today the 2013 schedule became official, and you can see it here.

The Brewers will open the 2013 season on Monday, April 1 with a 1:10 matinee against the Rockies at Miller Park, their first of five home series (compared to four road series) in April. They'll open divisional play on their first road trip, playing three at Wrigley against the Cubs on April 8-10 and in St. Louis against the Cardinals on April 12-14.

MLB's new "interleague all the time" schedule format won't change anything for the Brewers until May. They host the Rangers for a two game set on May 7-8, play the Twins at home on May 27-28 and at Target Field on May 29-30, host the A's on June 3-5, travel to Houston on June 18-20, visit Seattle August 9-11 and host the Angels August 30-September 1.

The Crew's longest road trip of 2013 is a ten gamer that will take them to Cincinnati, Pittsburgh and St. Louis in May. They go to the west coast in April (Padres and Dodgers) and August (Giants, Mariners, Rangers).

The Brewers go 20 days without an off day from May 24 to June 12, June 25 to July 14 and September 10-29, their longest stretches of the season. Their only off days in July are the All Star break. They have four off days in April, three in May, three in June, four in August and two in September.

Here are the Brewer home/road splits by month:

Month Home Games Home Opponents Road Games Road Opponents
April 14 Rockies, Diamondbacks, Giants, Cubs, Pirates 12 Cubs, Cardinals, Padres, Dodgers
May 15 Pirates, Cardinals, Rangers, Dodgers, Pirates, Twins 13 Reds, Pirates, Cardinals, Twins, Phillies
June 13 Athletics, Phillies, Braves, Cubs 14 Phillies, Marlins, Reds, Astros, Pirates
July 13 Mets, Reds, Marlins, Padres 14 Nationals, Diamondbacks, Rockies, Cubs
August 12 Nationals, Reds, Cardinals, Angels 15 Giants, Mariners, Rangers, Reds, Pirates
September 14 Angels, Pirates, Reds, Cubs, Cardinals 13 Cubs, Cardinals, Braves, Mets