The Twins’ 2023 schedule features 16 home games in the month of April, 12 in May, 14 in June, 12 in July, 15 in August and 12 in September. Minnesota will host 41 of their 81 home games between Memorial Day (May 29) and Labor Day (September 4). For the second consecutive season, all Twins weekday (Monday-Thursday) night games throughout the entire season will have a 6:40 p.m. scheduled first pitch.
Minnesota will play each of their American League Central division rivals 13 times apiece (down from the 19 games of recent seasons): the Chicago White Sox (6 home / 7 away), Cleveland Guardians (7 home / 6 away), Detroit Tigers (6 home / 7 away) and Kansas City Royals (7 home / 6 away). The Twins face each AL Central division team for two series apiece at home and on the road. The Twins will also face every National League team at least once in the regular season for the first time in team history.
The Twins’ complete 2023 regular season schedule is HERE.
• The Twins’ March 30 Opening Day game will mark their fifth opener in March, following 2019 (March 28 vs. Cleveland), 2018 (March 29 at Baltimore), 2008 (March 31 vs. Los Angeles-AL) and 2003 (March 31 at Detroit).
• The following teams will make their first visit to Target Field this decade: Arizona (last in 2017), New York-NL (last in 2019), San Diego (last in 2017) and Washington (last in 2019).
• The Twins will travel to the following cities for the first time this decade: Atlanta (last in 2016; this is Minnesota’s first visit to Truist Park), Colorado (last in 2014), Miami (last in 2019) and Philadelphia (last in 2019).
(info courtesy of Twins)