ANAHEIM -- The Angels will open the 2017 season on the road against Oakland on Monday, April 3, for the opener of a four-game series, and they wrap up the campaign at home against Seattle on Sunday, Oct. 1, according to the tentative schedule released Wednesday by Major League Baseball.
The Angels will play 16 games against National League East opponents and four against the Dodgers in Interleague Play. The Angels will host the Braves for a three-game series May 29-31, the Nationals for a two-game set July 18-19 and the Phillies for a three-game series Aug. 1-3. The Halos will play the Dodgers at Angel Stadium for a two-game series June 28-29 and visit Dodger Stadium for a two-game set June 26-27.
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The Angels will play Interleague series on the road against the Mets (May 19-21), Marlins (May 26-28) and Nationals (Aug. 15-16).
After their season-opening road trip to Oakland, the Angels return to Angel Stadium for a six-game homestand against the Mariners and Rangers. The home opener is set for April 7 against Seattle.
The Angels will end the regular season at home in consecutive seasons for the first time since doing so over a five-year span, from 1999-2003.
Austin Laymance is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.