The Blue Jays Home Opener takes place on Tuesday, April 11 against the Tigers, kicking off a six-game homestand during which fans will be able to enjoy the initial phase of Rogers Centre renovations for the first time.
The Toronto Blue Jays are excited to announce the 2023 regular season schedule. Check out the highlights below:
Fans can enjoy long weekends at the ballpark with two holiday series at home over Victoria Day (May 19 to 21 vs. Orioles) and Canada Day (June 30 to July 2 vs. Red Sox).
There will be 52 Blue Jays matchups against AL East rivals (split evenly between home and away games), notably playing the Yankees and Rays in April and May and not seeing either team again until late September.
In a dramatic shift to the Major League Baseball schedule, the Blue Jays will play 46 interleague games, more than twice as many compared to previous seasons. This includes home series against the Braves (May 12 to 14), Brewers (May 30 to June 1), Giants (June 27 to 29), and Padres (July 18 to 20).