The Mets may be looking to finish this season's schedule strong, but their 2020 season schedule has been released as well.
New York will be opening their season at Citi Field on March 26 to open up the new year against the Nationals. The Mets will, then, stay home on March 30 when the Phillies come to town for a three-game series.
Looking at the schedule, some notable series are with the Marlins in Puerto Rico at the end of April, the Dodgers coming to town at the end of May, and Fourth of July weekend with the Padres in town. The Mets also have a long West Coast stretch in August, playing the Rockies and Dodgers from Aug. 3-9 followed by series with the Angels and A's on Aug. 18-23.
The Subway series begins on the road next season, when the Mets travel to the Bronx on July 7-8. Then, the series makes it way to Flushing on July 28-29 to finish the regular season bout between the two rivals.
The Mets will also be playing their first interleague series at Citi Field when the Astros come to town for a two-game set on June 2-3. The Mariners (July 17-19) and Rangers (Sept. 18-20) are the other two series.
To end the season, the Mets have two division foes in the Phillies and Marlins, but all those games will be on the road from Sept. 21-27.
Check the full schedule down below.
🚨 2020 Mets schedule is out pic.twitter.com/UUCnBRlkWl- SNY (@SNYtv) August 12, 2019