Yankees open 2023 spring slate on Feb 25, MLB announces schedule

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New York — The Yankees will begin their spring slate on February 25 with an away game against Philadelphia. On Wednesday, MLB announced the dates for Spring Training in 2023. George M. Steinbrenner Field in Tampa, Florida, is where the Yankees play their home games.

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You can see the whole MLB schedule here.

From Yankees PR, here are some notes on the team’s spring schedule:

  • The Yankees have 32 games scheduled, to play 17 at home and 15 away.

  • In AL East rivals, they have 2 at Baltimore, 2 in Boston, 4 in Toronto, and 3 against the Tampa Bay Rays.

  • Their 2023 spring slate opens with a game at Philadelphia on February 25.

  • Their spring training season begins at Steinbrenner Field on February 26 against the Atlanta Braves.

  • The Yankees have seven home games scheduled on Fridays (2), Saturdays (2), or Sundays (3).

  • The New York team will field its first split squad on February 26 in games against Atlanta and Toronto.

  • The next split-squad games are on March 11 (vs. the Phillies and the Pirates) and March 24 (vs. the Twins and the Orioles).

  • The Yankees will host the Boston Red Sox on March 9 and travel to Fort Myers on March 12 for the away game.

  • The Yankees will have the maximum — five — games against Detroit. Three at Steinbrenner Field on February 27 and March 3 and 21. Two in Lakeland on March 10 and 17.

  • The Yankees will tour the East Coast of Florida with games at Washington on March 22 and at St. Louis on March 23.

  • The Yankees will end the spring slate with their last game against the Tampa Bay Rays on March 27. 

Is the spring schedule convenient for fans? What do you think about it? Should the Yankees find an alternative to George M. Steinbrenner Field and play closer to home? Leave your comment for baseball followers.

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