Mets manager Mickey Callaway looks on before a game against the Washington...

Mets manager Mickey Callaway looks on before a game against the Washington Nationals at Citi Field on Friday, July 13, 2018. Credit: Kathleen Malone-Van Dyke

2019 N.Y. Mets Schedule By The Associated Press

All Times EDT March 28 at Washington March 30 at Washington March 31 at Washington April 1 at Miami April 2 at Miami April 3 at Miami April 4 Washington April 6 Washington April 7 Washington April 9 Minnesota April 10 Minnesota April 11 at Atlanta April 12 at Atlanta April 13 at Atlanta April 14 at Atlanta April 15 at Philadelphia April 16 at Philadelphia April 17 at Philadelphia April 19 at St. Louis April 20 at St. Louis April 21 at St. Louis April 22 Philadelphia April 23 Philadelphia April 24 Philadelphia April 26 Milwaukee April 27 Milwaukee April 28 Milwaukee April 29 Cincinnati April 30 Cincinnati May 1 Cincinnati May 2 Cincinnati May 3 at Milwaukee May 4 at Milwaukee May 5 at Milwaukee May 6 at San Diego May 7 at San Diego May 8 at San Diego May 10 Miami May 11 Miami May 12 Miami May 14 at Washington May 15 at Washington May 16 at Washington May 17 at Miami May 18 at Miami May 19 at Miami May 20 Washington May 21 Washington May 22 Washington May 23 Washington May 24 Detroit May 25 Detroit May 26 Detroit May 27 at L.A. Dodgers May 28 at L.A. Dodgers May 29 at L.A. Dodgers May 30 at L.A. Dodgers May 31 at Arizona June 1 at Arizona June 2 at Arizona June 4 San Francisco June 5 San Francisco June 6 San Francisco June 7 Colorado June 8 Colorado June 9 Colorado June 10 at N.Y. Yankees June 11 at N.Y. Yankees June 13 St. Louis June 14 St. Louis June 15 St. Louis June 16 St. Louis June 17 at Atlanta June 18 at Atlanta June 19 at Atlanta June 20 at Chicago Cubs June 21 at Chicago Cubs June 22 at Chicago Cubs June 23 at Chicago Cubs June 24 at Philadelphia June 25 at Philadelphia June 26 at Philadelphia June 27 at Philadelphia June 28 Atlanta June 29 Atlanta June 30 Atlanta July 2 N.Y. Yankees July 3 N.Y. Yankees July 5 Philadelphia July 6 Philadelphia July 7 Philadelphia July 12 at Miami July 13 at Miami July 14 at Miami July 16 at Minnesota July 17 at Minnesota July 18 at San Francisco July 19 at San Francisco July 20 at San Francisco July 21 at San Francisco July 23 San Diego July 24 San Diego July 25 San Diego July 26 Pittsburgh July 27 Pittsburgh July 28 Pittsburgh July 30 at Chicago White Sox July 31 at Chicago White Sox Aug. 1 at Chicago White Sox Aug. 2 at Pittsburgh Aug. 3 at Pittsburgh Aug. 4 at Pittsburgh Aug. 5 Miami Aug. 6 Miami Aug. 7 Miami Aug. 9 Washington Aug. 10 Washington Aug. 11 Washington Aug. 13 at Atlanta Aug. 14 at Atlanta Aug. 15 at Atlanta Aug. 16 at Kansas City Aug. 17 at Kansas City Aug. 18 at Kansas City Aug. 20 Cleveland Aug. 21 Cleveland Aug. 22 Cleveland Aug. 23 Atlanta Aug. 24 Atlanta Aug. 25 Atlanta Aug. 27 Chicago Cubs Aug. 28 Chicago Cubs Aug. 29 Chicago Cubs Aug. 30 at Philadelphia Aug. 31 at Philadelphia Sept. 1 at Philadelphia Sept. 2 at Washington Sept. 3 at Washington Sept. 4 at Washington Sept. 6 Philadelphia Sept. 7 Philadelphia Sept. 8 Philadelphia Sept. 9 Arizona Sept. 10 Arizona Sept. 11 Arizona Sept. 12 Arizona Sept. 13 L.A. Dodgers Sept. 14 L.A. Dodgers Sept. 15 L.A. Dodgers Sept. 16 at Colorado Sept. 17 at Colorado Sept. 18 at Colorado Sept. 20 at Cincinnati Sept. 21 at Cincinnati Sept. 22 at Cincinnati Sept. 23 Miami Sept. 24 Miami Sept. 25 Miami Sept. 26 Miami Sept. 27 Atlanta Sept. 28 Atlanta Sept. 29 Atlanta

The Mets will open the 2019 regular season with a six-game road trip against the NL East rival Nationals and Marlins, the team announced on Wednesday afternoon.

The 50th anniversary celebration of the 1969 World Series championship team will also take place during the 2019 season, but details will be released in the coming weeks, the Mets said.

The Mets will open the season at the Nationals on March 28. They also will play the Nationals on March 30-31 before going to Miami for a three-game series against the Marlins.

Major League Baseball said in a news release that all 30 teams will open on March 28, the earliest Opening Day in its history, excluding special season-opening games at international sites.

The home opener at Citi Field will be played on April 4 against the Nationals.

The first Subway Series games against the Yankees in 2019 will be June 10-11 at Yankee Stadium. The Mets will then host the Yankees at Citi Field on July 2-3. The Mets will have July 4 off and then host the Phillies for a three-game series, which will lead into the All-Star break.

The Mets’ longest road trip is in June, an 11-game trip to Atlanta, Chicago (to play the Cubs) and Philadelphia. The Mets will have two 10-game homestands, April 22-May 2 against the Phillies, Brewers and Reds, and Sept. 6-15 against the Phillies, Diamondbacks and Dodgers.

The Mets will also play additional interleague series games at Citi Filed against the Twins (April 9-10), Tigers (May 24-26) and Indians (Aug. 20-22).

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