Originally published by DodgerBlue.com
The 2024 Los Angeles Dodgers schedule begins in South Korea with a matchup against the San Diego Padres in the Seoul Series from March 20-21, and one week later the team faces the St. Louis Cardinals for Opening Day at Dodger Stadium on March 28.
The Opening Series in South Korea marks the ninth international opener outside the 50 United States and Canada in MLB history. The two-game set is a home-and-home Seoul Series and the contests represent the first-ever regular season games in Korea.
The Dodgers’ first true road trip begins April 5 when they face the Chicago Cubs for the start of a three-game series at Wrigley Field.
MLB’s balanced schedule remains in effect for the second season, which means the Dodgers will see all 29 opposing teams again next season, totaling 46 Interleague games, an increase from 20 in the seasons prior to 2023. That also means the Dodgers will once again only make two visits to opposing National League West cities and play a total of 52 divisional games, which is down from 76.
The Dodgers have previously had Sunday off prior to the previous two All-Star breaks, but that will not be the case for the third consecutive season as they end the first half of their season on a six-game road trip that concludes with a matchup against the Detroit Tigers.
The 2024 MLB All-Star Game is on Tuesday, July 16, at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas, where the Dodgers were crowned 2020 World Series champions.
Dodgers 2024 schedule highlights
The Dodgers’ first time playing the San Francisco Giants during the 2023 season takes place at Dodger Stadium from April 1-3. Their first series with the Arizona Diamondbacks is April 29-May 1 at Chase Field.
L.A. faces off against the National League-leading Atlanta Braves on May 3 for the start of a three-game series at Dodger Stadium, and they face the NL Central-leading Cincinnati Reds for the first time on May 17 in Los Angeles as well.
Interleague play of the 2024 season kicks off early against the Minnesota Twins, at Target Field from April 8-10. The first Freeway Series is June 21 at Dodger Stadium.
The 2024 season sees the Dodgers play at Yankee Stadium from June 7-9.
The Dodgers face off against the American League-leading Tampa Bay Rays on August 23 for the start of a three-game home series, and welcome the up-and-coming Baltimore Orioles to Dodger Stadium from August 27-29.
L.A. travels to face the Houston Astros on July 26 for the start of a three-game series at Minute Maid Park.
Their final road trip on the 2024 Dodgers schedule takes place from September 27-29 against the Colorado Rockies.
The last day of the 2024 MLB regular season is Sunday, September 29.
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