CLEVELAND, Ohio (WKBN) – The Cleveland Guardians announced the 2023 regular season schedule on Wednesday.

The Guardians will face every team in the Major Leagues at least once and open the 2023 campaign with a seven-game road trip.

The regular season opener will be played on March 30 in Seattle. The home opener is set for Friday, April 7 against Seattle at Progressive Field.

2023 REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE

MARCH/APRIL

March 30 @ Seattle

March 31 @ Seattle

April 1 @ Seattle

April 2 @ Seattle

April 3 @ Oakland

April 4 @ Oakland

April 5 @ Oakland

April 7 v Seattle

April 8 v Seattle

April 9 v Seattle

April 10 v Ney York-AL

April 11 v New York-AL

April 12 v New York-AL

April 14 @ Washington

April 15 @ Washington

April 16 @ Washington

April 17 @ Detroit

April 18 @ Detroit

April 19 @ Detroit

April 21 v Miami

April 22 v Miami

April 23 v Miami

April 24 v Colorado

April 25 v Colorado

April 26 v Colorado

April 28 @ Boston

April 29 @ Boston

April 30 @ Boston

MAY

May 1 @ New York-AL

May 2 @ New York-AL

May 3 @ New York-AL

May 5 v Minnesota

May 6 v Minnesota

May 7 v Minnesota

May 8 v Detroit

May 9 v Detroit

May 10 v Detroit

May 12 v Los Angeles-AL

May 13 v Los Angeles-AL

May 14 v Los Angeles-AL

May 16 @ Chicago-AL

May 17 @ Chicago-AL

May 18 @ Chicago-AL

May 19 @ New York-NL

May 20 @ New York-NL

May 21 @ New York-NL

May 22 v Chicago-AL

May 23 v Chicago-AL

May 24 v Chicago-AL

May 26 v St. Louis

May 27 v St. Louis

May 28 v St. Louis

May 29 @ Baltimore

May 30 @ Baltimore

May 31 @ Baltimore

JUNE

June 1 @ Minnesota

June 2 @ Minnesota

June 3 @ Minnesota

June 4 @ Minnesota

June 6 v Boston

June 7 v Boston

June 8 v Boston

June 9 v Houston

June 10 v Houston

June 11 v Houston

June 13 @ San Diego

June 14 @ San Diego

June 15 @ San Diego

June 16 @ Arizona

June 17 @ Arizona

June 18 @ Arizona

June 20 v Oakland

June 21 v Oakland

June 22 v Oakland

June 23 v Milwaukee

June 24 v Milwaukee

June 25 v Milwaukee

June 27 @ Kansas City

June 28 @ Kansas City

June 29 @ Kansas City

June 30 @ Chicago-NL

JULY

July 1 @ Chicago-NL

July 2 @ Chicago-NL

July 3 v Atlanta

July 4 v Atlanta

July 5 v Atlanta

July 6 v Kansas City

July 7 v Kansas City

July 8 v Kansas City

July 9 v Kansas City

July 14 @ Texas

July 15 @ Texas

July 16 @ Texas

July 17 @ Pittsburgh

July 18 @ Pittsburgh

July 19 @ Pittsburgh

July 21 v Philadelphia

July 22 v Philadelphia

July 23 v Philadelphia

July 24 v Kansas City

July 25 v Kansas City

July 26 v Kansas City

July 27 @ Chicago-AL

July 28 @ Chicago-AL

July 29 @ Chicago-AL

July 30 @ Chicago-AL

July 31 @ Houston

AUGUST

August 1 @ Houston

August 2 @ Houston

August 4 v Chicago-AL

August 5 v Chicago-AL

August 6 v Chicago-AL

August 7 v Toronto

August 8 v Toronto

August 9 v Toronto

August 10 v Toronto

August 11 @ Tampa Bay

August 12 @ Tampa Bay

August 13 @ Tampa Bay

August 15 @ Cincinnati

August 16 @ Cincinnati

August 17 v Detroit

August 18 v Detroit

August 19 v Detroit

August 20 v Detroit

August 22 v Los Angeles-NL

August 23 v Los Angeles-NL

August 24 v Los Angeles-NL

August 25 @ Toronto

August 26 @ Toronto

August 27 @ Toronto

August 28 @ Minnesota

August 29 @ Minnesota

August 30 @ Minnesota

SEPTEMBER

Sept. 1 v Tampa Bay

Sept. 2 v Tampa Bay

Sept. 3 v Tampa Bay

Sept. 4 v Minnesota

Sept. 5 v Minnesota

Sept. 6 v Minnesota

Sept. 7 @ Los Angeles-AL

Sept. 8 @ Los Angeles-AL

Sept. 9 @ Los Angeles-AL

Sept. 10 @ Los Angeles-AL

Sept. 11 @ San Francisco

Sept. 12 @ San Francisco

Sept. 13 @ San Francisco

Sept. 15 v Texas

Sept. 16 v Texas

Sept. 17 v Texas

Sept. 18 @ Kansas City

Sept. 19 @ Kansas City

Sept. 20 @ Kansas City

Sept. 21 v Baltimore

Sept. 22 v Baltimore

Sept. 23 v Baltimore

Sept. 24 v Baltimore

Sept. 26 v Cincinnati

Sept. 27 v Cincinnati

Sept. 29 @ Detroit

Sept. 30 @ Detroit

Oct. 1 @ Detroit