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Here’s the Detroit Tigers’ full 60-game 2020 schedule

Detroit Tigers open season July 24 against Cincinnati Reds

Miguel Cabrera #24 of the Detroit Tigers reacts in the bottom of the second inning against the Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park on May 1, 2019 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Miguel Cabrera #24 of the Detroit Tigers reacts in the bottom of the second inning against the Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park on May 1, 2019 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)

DETROIT – Major League Baseball released its full 60-game schedule Monday. Here’s how the Detroit Tigers’ season looks.

The Tigers open the season with a three-game road series against the Cincinnati Reds, beginning July 24. The first home game will be July 27 against the Kansas City Royals.

Overall, the Tigers will play 10 games each against the Royals, Cleveland Indians, Minnesota Twins and Chicago White Sox.

They also play six games against the Reds, four games each against the St. Louis Cardinals and Milwaukee Brewers and three games each against the Pittsburgh Pirates and Chicago Cubs.

Here’s the full schedule:

  • July 24: at Cincinnati Reds
  • July 25: at Cincinnati Reds
  • July 26: at Cincinnati Reds
  • July 27: vs. Kansas City Royals
  • July 28: vs. Kansas City Royals
  • July 29: vs. Kansas City Royals
  • July 30: vs. Kansas City Royals
  • July 31: vs. Cincinnati Reds
  • Aug. 1: vs. Cincinnati Reds
  • Aug. 2: vs. Cincinnati Reds
  • Aug. 3: vs. St. Louis Cardinals
  • Aug. 4: vs. St. Louis Cardinals
  • Aug. 5: at St. Louis Cardinals
  • Aug. 6: at St. Louis Cardinals
  • Aug. 7: at Pittsburgh Pirates
  • Aug. 8: at Pittsburgh Pirates
  • Aug. 9: at Pittsburgh Pirates
  • Aug. 10: vs. Chicago White Sox
  • Aug. 11: vs. Chicago White Sox
  • Aug. 12: vs. Chicago White Sox
  • Aug 13: OFF DAY
  • Aug. 14: vs. Cleveland Indians
  • Aug. 15: vs. Cleveland Indians
  • Aug. 16: vs. Cleveland Indians
  • Aug. 17: at Chicago White Sox
  • Aug. 18: at Chicago White Sox
  • Aug 19: at Chicago White Sox
  • Aug. 20: at Chicago White Sox
  • Aug. 21: at Cleveland Indians
  • Aug. 22: at Cleveland Indians
  • Aug. 23: at Cleveland Indians
  • Aug. 24: vs. Chicago Cubs
  • Aug. 25: vs. Chicago Cubs
  • Aug. 26: vs. Chicago Cubs
  • Aug. 27: vs. Minnesota Twins
  • Aug. 28: vs. Minnesota Twins
  • Aug. 29: vs. Minnesota Twins
  • Aug. 30: vs. Minnesota Twins
  • Aug. 31: OFF DAY
  • Sept. 1: at Milwaukee Brewers
  • Sept. 2: at Milwaukee Brewers
  • Sept. 3: OFF DAY
  • Sept. 4: at Minnesota Twins
  • Sept. 5: at Minnesota Twins
  • Sept. 6: at Minnesota Twins
  • Sept. 7: at Minnesota Twins
  • Sept 8: vs. Milwaukee Brewers
  • Sept. 9: vs. Milwaukee Brewers
  • Sept 10: OFF DAY
  • Sept. 11: at Chicago White Sox
  • Sept. 12: at Chicago White Sox
  • Sept. 13: at Chicago White Sox
  • Sept. 14: OFF DAY
  • Sept. 15: vs. Kansas City Royals
  • Sept. 16: vs. Kansas City Royals
  • Sept. 17: vs. Cleveland Indians
  • Sept. 18: vs. Cleveland Indians
  • Sept. 19: vs. Cleveland Indians
  • Sept 20: vs. Cleveland Indians
  • Sept 21: OFF DAY
  • Sept. 22: at Minnesota Twins
  • Sept. 23: at Minnesota Twins
  • Sept. 24: at Kansas City Royals
  • Sept. 25: at Kansas City Royals
  • Sept. 26: at Kansas City Royals
  • Sept. 27: at Kansas City Royals

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