Los Angeles Dodgers 2019 regular season schedule
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The Los Angeles Dodgers will face the Arizona Diamondbacks on March 28, 2019, or Opening Day of the 2019 season. It’s the fourth time Los Angeles faces Arizona in a season-opener, and first such instance since 2014.


The Dodgers are undefeated in the previous three matchups, winning at Dodger Stadium in 1999, at then-Bank One Ballpark in 2003, and in Sydney, Australia in 2014.

After completing three-game series with the Diamondbacks and San Francisco Giants, the Dodgers’ first road trip is seven games, when they face the Colorado Rockies and St. Louis Cardinals.

The 2019 season calls for the National League West to face the American League East in Interleague play, and with that, the New York Yankees make their first visit to Dodger Stadium since 2013.

Since the Dodgers relocated from Brooklyn in 1958, they have faced the Yankees in eight regular-season games and 11 World Series games in Los Angeles.

In a similarly intriguing matchup, the Dodgers head to Fenway Park for a three-game series against the Boston Red Sox from July 12-14. The series is the Dodgers’ first after the All-Star break.

Their longest road trip during the 2019 season is eight games; done from May 17-26 and June 3-11. The Dodgers’ longest homestand is 11 games, with nine- and 10-game stretches also at Dodger Stadium.

They conclude the 2019 regular season with a six-game road trip against the San Diego Padres and San Francisco Giants.

Per tradition, the Dodgers will spend Jackie Robinson Day at home (Monday, April 15). Next season it’s for the start of a three-game set against the Cincinnati Reds. The annual Freeway Series will be played in Anaheim on June 10 and 11, and at Dodger Stadium on July 23 and 24.

Dodger Stadium plays host to games on summer holidays — Mother’s Day (May 12 vs. Washington Nationals), Memorial Day (May 27 vs. New York Mets), Father’s Day (June 16 vs. Chicago Cubs), Independence Day (July 4 vs. Padres) and Labor Day (Sept. 2 vs. Rockies).