Rockies begin the 2023 slate on March 30 at San Diego, before their home opener on April 6 against Washington
DENVER – In collaboration with Major League Baseball, the Colorado Rockies announced today the preliminary 162-game schedule for the 2023 Major League Baseball season. The Rockies will recognize the 30th anniversary of the franchise with special events and programming celebrating the club’s historical milestones, and alumni appearances throughout the 2023 season. Further details will be announced closer to the 2023 season.
For the first time in history, the Rockies will face all 29 Major League opponents in 2023. The schedule includes 13 games against each National League West rival, two series at home and two on the road, one home and one road series against each NL East and Central team, and at least one series, either home or road, with each American League opponent.
Most notably after a long absence from Coors Field, the Rockies will host the Los Angeles Angels June 23-25, the New York Yankees July 14-16 and the Toronto Blue Jays Sept. 1-3.
The Rockies’ season begins with a six-game road trip to San Diego (March 30-April 2) and Los Angeles-NL (April 3-4), before celebrating Opening Day at Coors Field against Washington on April 6. The opening homestand in Denver will feature four games against the Nationals (April 6-9) and three games vs. St. Louis (April 10-12). The season concludes with a six-game homestand at Coors Field with four games against the Dodgers (Sept. 26-28, including a split doubleheader on Sept. 26) and three games against Minnesota (Sept. 29-Oct. 1).
The Rockies’ 2023 schedule is can be found online at Rockies.com/schedule. All game dates are subject to change.