Brewers announce 2020 schedule
Between a scuffing offense, all-star players turning into duds before turning into Tampa Bay Rays and the entire starting pitching staff exploding their obliques in unison, the 2019 Brewers campaign hasn't gone entirely to plan. And yet, despite all of the panic and pearl-clutching, the Crew is just two and a half games back of the Cubs for the NL Central lead and a mere half-game away from a Wild Card slot. The season is far from over!
But if you can't help feeling defeated about the Brew Crew, here's some good news: There's always next season – and now you know what it'll look like as the Brewers today released the regular season schedule for 2020. And it'll start with some familiar faces, as the Crew will open the 2020 campaign at Miller Park with a three-game series against the rival Chicago Cubs beginning on Thursday, March 26 followed by a three-game home spat against the St. Louis Cardinals. That's certainly opening with a bang.
As for the rest of the schedule, the Brewers will have a nine-game homestand in May, two additional weekend home series against the Cubs and an interleague lineup of games against the American League East – the Crew's old division from the '70s, '80s and early '90s – meaning a visit from Aaron Judge and the rest of the Bronx Bombers in May, as well as Milwaukee's first visit to Baltimore since 2003.
Here is the complete schedule:
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