Originally posted on New York Mets Report  |  Last updated 9/10/13
What are the odds? Hours after I posted on why you still watch the New York Mets, the club released its 2014 schedule. The announcement also came shortly after Matt Harvey said he didn’t think he’d need surgery. But, there’s another opinion coming on that issue. As usual, the schedule has plenty of quirks. There are four off-days in April; the home-and-home series with the Yankees is in early May; including interleague, they make four West Coast trips, which should be consolidated; and the season ends at home with an interleague series against Houston. There is no reasoning as to how the schedule is made, but it has been that way since interleague play started and it isn’t about to change. MARCH 31 Washington APRIL 1 Off day 2-3 Washington 4-6 Cincinnati 7 Off day 8-10 At Atlanta 11-13 At LA Angels 14-16 At Arizona 17 Off day 18-19 Atlanta 21-14 St. Louis 25-27 Miami 28 Off day 29-30 At Philadelphia MAY 1-4 At Colorado 5-7 At Miami 8 Off day 9-11 Philadelphia 12-13 At Yankees 14-15 Yankees 16-18 At Washington 19 Off day 20-22 LA Dodgers 23-25 Arizona 26-28 Pittsburgh 29-31 At Philadelphia JUNE 1 At Philadelphia 2 Off Day 3-5 At Chicago 6-8 At San Francisco 9 Off day 10-12 Milwaukee 13-15 San Diego 16 -18 At St. Louis 19-22 At Miami 23 Off day 24-25 Oakland 26-29 At Pittsburgh 30 At Atlanta JULY 1-2 At Atlanta 3 Off Day 4-6 Texas 7-10 Atlanta 11-13 Miami 14-17 All-Star Break (Minnesota) 18-20 At San Diego 21-23 At Seattle 24-27 At Milwaukee 28-30 Philadelphia 31 Off day (Trade deadline) AUGUST 1-4 San Francisco 5-7 At Washington 8-11 At Philadelphia 12-14 Washington 15-18 Chicago 19-20 At Oakland 21 Off day 22-24 At LA Dodgers 25 Off day 26-28 Atlanta 29-31 Philadelphia SEPTEMBER 1-3 At Miami 4 Off day 5-7 At Cincinnati 8-10 Colorado 11-14 Washington 15-17 Miami 18 Off day 19-21 At Atlanta 22 Off day 23-25 At Washington 26-28 Houston Your comments are greatly appreciated and I will attempt to respond. Follow me on Twitter @jdelcos
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