Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Crew Opens the 2010 Season at Home

Whether it actually happens or not, to me it usually seems like the Brewers end up opening their season on the road. Well, that won't be the case next season when the Brewers welcome the Colorado Rockies to Miller Park on April 5th. And yes, we are already looking forward to next season, if you haven't already noticed.

The baseball schedule isn't as fun to look as as other schedules, because it's pretty much the same every year. The only real key things to look for are who do they play the first and last series of the season, who do they play in interleague play, and when do they play the Cubs.

As mentioned, the season will open with a three game set against the Rockies, followed by another three at home against St. Lou. The Brewers will then play 152 more games before they wrap up the season with a three game set in Cincinnati.

As far as the interleague opponents, Milwaukee will be hosting the Rangers and the Mariners. Kind of intriguing as Melvin used to run the show down in Texas, while his protege Jack Z is now with Seattle. We'll probably also get to see former Brewres Nelson Cruz, Bill Hall, and Russell Branyan make their return trips to Miller Park during that time. The Brewers will also be making a trip to Los Angeles to take on the Angels, and then partake in their annual home-and-home against the Twins.

As for the Cubbies, we'll have a home-and-home with them in April, host them again in June, go down to Wrigley in August, and then welcome them back in September. Here's the full slate of games for next year.

I don't know about you, but it can't come soon enough.


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