OAKLAND -- There will be no shortage of star power visiting the Coliseum the first month of the 2020 regular season.
The A’s kick off the season with a visit from the Twins, the first time the two clubs will meet on Opening Day since 1991. That four-game series (March 26-29) begins an opening month that includes matchups with the Astros (March 30 to April 1), Yankees (April 10-12) and Red Sox (April 13-15) in Oakland.
The annual Battle of the Bay will begin with the A’s hosting the Giants for two games (June 6-7) before they travel across the Bay Bridge to San Francisco for another two games (July 7-8).
The National League East will be featured in Interleague Play next season, with eight home games vs. the Braves (July 21-22), Marlins (June 29 to July 1) and Mets (Aug. 21-23). The A’s will make their first visit to Nationals Park since it opened in 2008 for a three-game series (Aug. 10-12), becoming the final club to make its first trip to the stadium. They’ll also head to SunTrust Park in Atlanta for a two-game series with the Braves (Aug. 25-26) and play a three-game series against the Phillies in Philadelphia (June 12-14).
Holiday games are always a big hit for families in the Bay Area, and the A’s will be home for games on Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and Independence Day.
A’s Access Memberships for the 2020 regular season are available. A’s Access provides general admission to every regular-season home game, a reserved seat plan and significant exclusive benefits. Members will receive 50 percent off concessions, 25 percent off merchandise and $10 prepaid parking. A’s Access also includes a 12-month flexible payment option that auto-renews each year. For more information, visit athletics.com/access.