The Yankees will again host each American League East rival three times: Boston also visits New York from Aug. 4-6 and Sept. 28-Oct. 1. Toronto also appears in the Bronx from Aug. 7-9 and Sept. 11-13. The Orioles come in May 7-10, July 21-23 and Sept. 7-9, and the Rays visit April 27-29, July 3-5 and Sept. 4-6.
Interleague Play continues in 2015 with the Yankees and Mets renewing their Subway Series rivalry early and late. The Mets will visit the Bronx for three games April 24-26, and the Yanks head to Queens for another three games Sept. 18-20.
Also against National League clubs, the Yankees visit the Nationals for two games May 19-20, the Marlins for two games June 15-16 and the Braves for three games Aug. 28-30. Washington visits Yankee Stadium from June 9-10 and the Phillies check in for a rematch of the 2009 World Series on June 22-24.
The Yankees travel to the West Coast in May and June, beginning a four-game series with the Athletics on May 28 and checking in with the Mariners on June 1. The Yanks visit the Angels for three games beginning on June 29.
A three-game series at Fenway Park from July 10-12 leads the Yankees into the All-Star break and the July 14 Midsummer Classic, which will be played at Cincinnati's Great American Ball Park.
The Yankees play 18 of their final 30 games at Yankee Stadium; the home schedule concludes with a seven-game homestand against the White Sox and the Red Sox beginning on Sept. 24. The Yanks wrap up the regular season with three games in Baltimore from Oct. 2-4.
Bryan Hoch is a reporter for MLB.com. Follow him on Twitter @bryanhoch and read his MLBlog, Bombers Beat. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.