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Triple-A Salt Lake to begin season on May 6

Bees open their 2021 season at home against Reno

Sacramento River Cats v Salt Lake Bees Photo by Daniela Porcelli/Getty Images

Major League Baseball this week delayed the start of the Triple-A season by four weeks, keeping it in line with the schedules for Double-A and both Class-A levels, which now all begin in the first week of May.

The Triple-A Salt Lake Bees will now begin their season on Thursday, May 6 at home against Reno, the start of a 12-game homestand.

Courtesy of Salt Lake Bees

The Bees’ schedule was reduced from 142 games to 120, which is split into 20 series of six games each. As part of the newly named Triple-A West (formerly Pacific Coast League), Salt Lake plays 90 games against the four other teams in the West Division (Tacoma, Las Vegas, Sacramento, and Reno).

A quirk of the 2021 season, the six-game series to reduce travel for health and safety reasons, is that the entire Triple-A West has Wednesdays off all season.

Salt Lake ends the season on Tuesday, Sept. 21, on the road at Reno.