MESA, Ariz. — The A’s television schedule was released Sunday, with CSN California carrying 147 of the team’s 162 games.
The slate begins with the April 3 Opening Night matchup against the Los Angeles Angels, the beginning of a four-game set at the Coliseum that will air entirely on CSN California.
A four-game series at home against the Boston Red Sox, who shoulder big expectations entering the season, awaits May 18-21. Less than a week later, the A’s will be at Yankee Stadium for a three-game set that airs May 26-28. And the next day, they’ll begin a three-game series on Memorial Day at Cleveland against the defending American League champs.
The Yankees will be in town Father’s Day weekend for a four-game set that begins June 15. Shortly after, another holiday series awaits at home as the Chicago White Sox visit over Fourth of July for a three-game series July 3-5.
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The early second-half schedule features the A’s making a return trip to the Big Apple for a July 21-23 interleague series against the New York Mets.
The annual Bay Bridge Series awaits July 31-Aug. 3, with the first two games against the Giants at the Coliseum and the last two at AT&T Park.
The final holiday of the season again has the A’s at home, as the Angels visit for a three-game series that begins Labor Day, Sept. 4. And CSN California will carry all four games of the regular season-ending series in Arlington against the Rangers from Sept. 28-Oct. 1.
The 15 non-CSN games will air nationally on MLB Network.