New York Mets 2017 Schedule Has Been Announced
Brad Penner, USATSI

When the New York Mets take the field in April, it seems as if there is no room for sleepwalking early next year.

The New York Mets will open the season at home on April 3rd against a familiar foe in the Atlanta Braves.

However, that won’t be the only time they play a division rival in April. In fact, they play only NL east opponents during the opening month, so if they play well enough, they should be able to create some separation early.

Some other dates to know for next year:

  • Subway series is Aug 14-17 (16-17 in Citi Field)
  • Other interleague series at Citi Field: vs. the Angels on May 19-21, the A’s on July 21-23 and the Rangers on Aug. 8-9.
  • The Mets and Nats will play twice in April, April 21-23 in Citi, and April 28-30
  • The Mets will continue their Free Shirt Friday, Super Saturdays, and Family Sundays this season.

The full schedule is posted below, the times will be announced in the coming weeks.

2017 NEW YORK METS SCHEDULE:

  • April 3 Atlanta
  • April 5 Atlanta
  • April 6 Atlanta
  • April 7 Miami
  • April 8 Miami
  • April 9 Miami
  • April 10 at Philadelphia
  • April 11 at Philadelphia
  • April 12 at Philadelphia
  • April 13 at Miami
  • April 14 at Miami
  • April 15 at Miami
  • April 16 at Miami
  • April 18 Philadelphia
  • April 19 Philadelphia
  • April 20 Philadelphia
  • April 21 Washington
  • April 22 Washington
  • April 23 Washington
  • April 25 Atlanta
  • April 26 Atlanta
  • April 27 Atlanta
  • April 28 at Washington
  • April 29 at Washington
  • April 30 at Washington
  • May 1 at Atlanta
  • May 2 at Atlanta
  • May 3 at Atlanta
  • May 4 at Atlanta
  • May 5 Miami
  • May 6 Miami
  • May 7 Miami
  • May 8 San Francisco
  • May 9 San Francisco
  • May 10 San Francisco
  • May 12 at Milwaukee
  • May 13 at Milwaukee
  • May 14 at Milwaukee
  • May 15 at Arizona
  • May 16 at Arizona
  • May 17 at Arizona
  • May 19 L.A. Angels
  • May 20 L.A. Angels
  • May 21 L.A. Angels
  • May 23 San Diego
  • May 24 San Diego
  • May 25 San Diego
  • May 26 at Pittsburgh
  • May 27 at Pittsburgh
  • May 28 at Pittsburgh
  • May 29 Milwaukee
  • May 30 Milwaukee
  • May 31 Milwaukee
  • June 1 Milwaukee
  • June 2 Pittsburgh
  • June 3 Pittsburgh
  • June 4 Pittsburgh
  • June 6 at Texas
  • June 7 at Texas
  • June 9 at Atlanta
  • June 10 at Atlanta
  • June 11 at Atlanta
  • June 12 Chicago Cubs
  • June 13 Chicago Cubs
  • June 14 Chicago Cubs
  • June 15 Washington
  • June 16 Washington
  • June 17 Washington
  • June 18 Washington
  • June 19 at L.A. Dodgers
  • June 20 at L.A. Dodgers
  • June 21 at L.A. Dodgers
  • June 22 at L.A. Dodgers
  • June 23 at San Francisco
  • June 24 at San Francisco
  • June 25 at San Francisco
  • June 27 at Miami
  • June 28 at Miami
  • June 29 at Miami
  • June 30 Philadelphia
  • June 30 Philadelphia
  • July 2 Philadelphia
  • July 3 at Washington
  • July 4 at Washington
  • July 5 at Washington
  • July 7 at St. Louis
  • July 8 at St. Louis
  • July 9 at St. Louis
  • July 14 Colorado
  • July 15 Colorado
  • July 16 Colorado
  • July 17 St. Louis
  • July 18 St. Louis
  • July 19 St. Louis
  • July 20 St. Louis
  • July 21 Oakland
  • July 22 Oakland
  • July 23 Oakland
  • July 24 at San Diego
  • July 25 at San Diego
  • July 26 at San Diego
  • July 27 at San Diego
  • July 28 at Seattle
  • July 29 at Seattle
  • July 30 at Seattle
  • Aug. 1 at Colorado
  • Aug. 2 at at Colorado
  • Aug. 3 at Colorado
  • Aug. 4 L.A. Dodgers
  • Aug. 5 L.A. Dodgers
  • Aug. 6 L.A. Dodgers
  • Aug. 8 Texas
  • Aug. 9 Texas
  • Aug. 10 at Philadelphia
  • Aug. 11 at Philadelphia
  • Aug. 12 at Philadelphia
  • Aug. 13 at Philadelphia
  • Aug. 14 at N.Y. Yankees
  • Aug. 15 at N.Y. Yankees
  • Aug. 16 N.Y. Yankees
  • Aug. 17 N.Y. Yankees
  • Aug. 18 Miami
  • Aug. 19 Miami
  • Aug. 20 Miami
  • Aug. 21 Arizona
  • Aug. 22 Arizona
  • Aug. 23 Arizona
  • Aug. 24 Arizona
  • Aug. 25 at Washington
  • Aug. 26 at Washington
  • Aug. 27 at Washington
  • Aug. 29 at Cincinnati
  • Aug. 30 at Cincinnati
  • Aug. 31 at Cincinnati
  • Sept. 1 at Houston
  • Sept. 2 at Houston
  • Sept. 3 at Houston
  • Sept. 4 Philadelphia
  • Sept. 5 Philadelphia
  • Sept. 6 Philadelphia
  • Sept. 7 Cincinnati
  • Sept. 8 Cincinnati
  • Sept. 9 Cincinnati
  • Sept. 10 Cincinnati
  • Sept. 12 at Chicago Cubs
  • Sept. 13 at Chicago Cubs
  • Sept. 14 at Chicago Cubs
  • Sept. 15 at Atlanta
  • Sept. 16 at Atlanta
  • Sept. 17 at Atlanta
  • Sept. 18 at Miami
  • Sept. 19 at Miami
  • Sept. 20 at Miami
  • Sept. 22 Washington
  • Sept. 23 Washington
  • Sept. 24 Washington
  • Sept. 25 Atlanta
  • Sept. 26 Atlanta
  • Sept. 27 Atlanta
  • Sept. 29 at Philadelphia
  • Sept. 30 at Philadelphia

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