The Angels will open the 2023 season with a series against the A’s in Oakland, marking the fifth time in seven seasons they have started their season in that ballpark.
Otherwise, the 2023 Major League schedule, which was released Wednesday, is significantly different. For the first time in history, each team will play all other teams, with more interleague games and fewer intradivision games.
The Angels will now play 13 games against each of their four division rivals, down from 19. They will play a three-game series against 14 of the 15 teams in the National League, with seven at home and seven on the road. The Angels will also play a pair of two-game series against the Dodgers, one in each ballpark. The Angels will face the Dodgers on June 20-21 at Angel Stadium and July 7-8 at Dodger Stadium.
The Angels will open their home schedule against the Toronto Blue Jays on April 7. They will play their final six games at home, ending with a series against the A’s from Sept. 29 to Oct. 1.
— Jeff Fletcher (@JeffFletcherOCR) August 24, 2022