Major League Baseball Opening Day

The 114th World Series may be a long way off but the journey to the postseason starts on Opening Day.

A True Opening Day

On March 29, Major League Baseball will kick of the season with the earliest Opening Day in history. This year also ushers in the return of the true Opening Day. It is the first time that every team will open on the same day since 1968.

2018 Opening Day Match Ups

  • Astros at Rangers
  • Angels at Athletics
  • Indians at Mariners
  • White Sox at Royals
  • Pirates at Tigers
  • Twins at Orioles
  • Red Sox at Rays
  • Yankees at Blue Jays
  • Rockies at Diamondbacks
  • Giants at Dodgers
  • Brewers at Padres
  • Cubs at Marlins
  • Nationals at Reds
  • Cardinals at Mets
  • Phillies at Braves

A Century of Rivalries

Opening Day brings peanuts, cracker jacks and the return of some of the oldest and greatest rivalries in the world of sports. That’s right, sports fans, the Giants and the Dodgers will be playing at Dodger Stadium while the Astros take on the Rangers at Globe Life Park.

Red Sox or Yankees? Dodgers or Giants? Which rivalry will you be watching this season? Share your greatest rivalry moments and memories with us using#takeoutthetrash.

Memories of 2017

In 2017, Albert Pujols, designated hitter for the Los Angeles Angels, became the ninth player in MLB history to hit 600 home runs. Edinson Volquez, starter for the Miami Marlins, pitched a no-hitter against the Arizona Diamondbacks. The Boston Red Sox and the Toronto Blue Jays played the longest game of the season, lasting 19 innings. The Cleveland Indians won 22 straight games, the longest winning streak the past 100 seasons. The Astros took home their first World Series in franchise history.

What will 2018 bring?

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