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Angels opening day will be July 24 against the A’s on the road

Four-game series in Oakland starts off 2020 for the Halos

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim v Oakland Athletics Photo by Lachlan Cunningham/Getty Images

The 2020 MLB schedule has been released, and the Angels will start their 60-game slate on Friday, July 24, against the A’s in Oakland, part of a four-game wraparound series.

This is the fourth straight season the Angels will have opened their season on the road.

The Angels’ home opener is Tuesday, July 28 against the Mariners, a 6:40 p.m. PT game.

Schedule from Angels

Sixty games are scheduled to be played in a 66-day span this year, with the regular season set to end on September 27. For comparison, the Angels in the original, full 2020 schedule plan had 59 games scheduled in that same time period.

The Angels also plan to play three spring training exhibition games, including two on the road:

  • Monday, July 20: at Padres
  • Tuesday, July 21: at Dodgers
  • Wednesday, July 22: vs. Padres

The schedule is split with 40 games against the American League West — 10 games against each opponent — and 20 games against the National League West. The Angels will battle the Dodgers in two regular season series — August 14-16 in Anaheim, and Sept. 25-27 in Los Angeles, the latter the final weekend of the regular season.

The rest of the interleague schedule includes

  • vs. Diamondbacks: Sept. 15-17 at home
  • vs. Giants: Aug. 17-18 at home, Aug. 19-20 on road
  • vs. Padres: Sept. 2-3 at home, Sept. 22-23 on road
  • vs. Rockies: Sept. 11-13 on road

The Angels conclude their season on Sunday, September 27 in Los Angeles, the end of a five-game road trip. The Angels play 13 of their 23 games in September against National League opponents.

Angels 2020 schedule

Date Opponent City Time (PT)
Date Opponent City Time (PT)
Fri, Jul 24 A's Oakland 7:10pm
Sat, Jul 25 A's Oakland 1:10pm
Sun, Jul 26 A's Oakland 1:10pm
Mon, Jul 27 A's Oakland 12:40pm
Tue, Jul 28 Mariners Anaheim 6:10pm
Wed, Jul 29 Mariners Anaheim 7:10pm
Thu, Jul 30 Mariners Anaheim 6:10pm
Fri, Jul 31 Astros Anaheim 6:10pm
Sat, Aug 1 Astros Anaheim 4:15pm
Sun, Aug 2 Astros Anaheim 1:10pm
Mon, Aug 3 OFF
Tue, Aug 4 Mariners Seattle 7:10pm
Wed, Aug 5 Mariners Seattle 6:40pm
Thu, Aug 6 Mariners Seattle 1:10pm
Fri, Aug 7 Rangers Arlington 6:05pm
Sat, Aug 8 Rangers Arlington 4:05pm
Sun, Aug 9 Rangers Arlington 11:35am
Mon, Aug 10 A's Anaheim 6:40pm
Tue, Aug 11 A's Anaheim 6:40pm
Wed, Aug 12 A's Anaheim 1:10pm
Thu, Aug 13 OFF
Fri, Aug 14 Dodgers Anaheim 6:40pm
Sat, Aug 15 Dodgers Anaheim 6:40pm
Sun, Aug 16 Dodgers Anaheim 1:10pm
Mon, Aug 17 Giants Anaheim 6:40pm
Tue, Aug 18 Giants Anaheim 1:10pm
Wed, Aug 19 Giants San Francisco 6:45pm
Thu, Aug 20 Giants San Francisco 6:45pm
Fri, Aug 21 A's Oakland 6:40pm
Sat, Aug 22 A's Oakland 1:10pm
Sun, Aug 23 A's Oakland 1:10pm
Mon, Aug 24 Astros Houston 6:10pm
Tue, Aug 25 Astros Houston 6:10pm
Wed, Aug 26 Astros Houston 6:10pm
Thu, Aug 27 Astros Houston 12:10pm
Fri, Aug 28 Mariners Anaheim 6:40pm
Sat, Aug 29 Mariners Anaheim 6:40pm
Sun, Aug 30 Mariners Anaheim 1:10pm
Mon, Aug 31 Mariners Anaheim 1:10pm
Tue, Sep 1 OFF
Wed, Sep 2 Padres Anaheim 6:10pm
Thu, Sep 3 Padres Anaheim 4:10pm
Fri, Sep 4 Astros Anaheim 6:10pm
Sat, Sep 5 Astros Anaheim 6:10pm
Sun, Sep 6 Astros Anaheim 1:10pm
Mon, Sep 7 OFF
Tue, Sep 8 Rangers Arlington 6:05pm
Wed, Sep 9 Rangers Arlington 6:05pm
Thu, Sep 10 Rangers Arlington 1:05pm
Fri, Sep 11 Rockies Denver 5:40pm
Sat, Sep 12 Rockies Denver 5:10pm
Sun, Sep 13 Rockies Denver 12:10pm
Mon, Sep 14 OFF
Tue, Sep 15 Diamondbacks Anaheim 6:40pm
Wed, Sep 16 Diamondbacks Anaheim 6:40pm
Thu, Sep 17 Diamondbacks Anaheim 1:10pm
Fri, Sep 18 Rangers Anaheim 6:10pm
Sat, Sep 19 Rangers Anaheim 4:15pm
Sun, Sep 20 Rangers Anaheim 1:10pm
Mon, Sep 21 Rangers Anaheim TBD
Tue, Sep 22 Padres San Diego 6:10pm
Wed, Sep 23 Padres San Diego 1:10pm
Thu, Sep 24 OFF
Fri, Sep 25 Dodgers Los Angeles 6:40pm
Sat, Sep 26 Dodgers Los Angeles 6:10pm
Sun, Sep 27 Dodgers Los Angeles 12:10pm