2020 Schedule

DeadlySplitter

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With the stipulation we’re at home for Patriots Day, we always have an opening road trip, or almost always.

I’m bothered by another early west coast, another late 4 game Rays series and bunching up BJs and O’s together, and finishing with the O’s at home again. The schedule shouldn’t be that similar in consecutive years.

Edit: back to back weekend Houston series in May is another similarity
 

Green Monster

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Seems to me to put cold weather teams in position to start slowly, but maybe I am looking at it wrongly.
There is certainly an argument to made for that... Between increasing to 162 games and adding an additional round to the playoffs they are forced to play games that count in March. Doesn't leave a lot of good options.
 

Spelunker

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With the stipulation we’re at home for Patriots Day, we always have an opening road trip, or almost always.

I’m bothered by another early west coast, another late 4 game Rays series and bunching up BJs and O’s together, and finishing with the O’s at home again. The schedule shouldn’t be that similar in consecutive years.

Edit: back to back weekend Houston series in May is another similarity
As someone on the west coast I am also annoyed by the early west coast trip. I don't want the only Seattle time to be in April either.