New York Mets News

Mets’ 2015 schedule will be less arduous travel-wise

By Danny Abriano
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The Mets released their 2015 regular season schedule on Monday, and one thing immediately jumped out. For the first time in a long time, the Mets will not have an arduous west coast road trip.

In addition, the final month and change of the season will feature games against mainly National League East opponents.

Highlights of the schedule:

  • The Mets will open the season in Washington on April 6
  • The interleague series against the Yankees will be six games. Three in the Bronx in April, three at Citi Field in September.
  • The Mets play the rest of the American League East, including home dates with the Red Sox and Blue Jays.
  • The longest road trip of the year is nine games (one in August, another in September). However, of the 18 games during those two trips, 15 will be played on the east coast.
  • 12 of the Mets’ final 19 games are at home.
  • The Mets wrap up the regular season with a three-game series against the Nationals at Citi Field from October 2 through October 4.

According to the Mets, free-shirt Fridays, the post-game concert series, family Sunday’s and other popular promotions will continue in 2015.

Ticket plans for 2015 go on sale on September 15.

View the entire schedule here.

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