ANAHEIM, CA - APRIL 08: Opening day bases lay wrapped on the ground prior to the start of the game between the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and the Toronto Blue Jays at Angel Stadium of Anaheim on April 8, 2011 in Anaheim, California. The Blue Jays defeated the Angels 3-2. (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)
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The 2013 schedule for all Major League Baseball teams was released on Wednesday, and the Los Angeles Angels will be making history one of the first teams to ever play an interleague game to start the season against the Cincinnati Reds.
That's right, the Halos will be without their DH to start the season as they head to the Great American Ballpark for a four-game set April 1-4, followed by a trip to Texas to face the Rangers April 5-7. They then will head back to Anaheim for their home opener against the Oakland A's April 9-11 and their brand new division rival Houston Astros April 12-14.
L.A. will have 12 homestands in 2013, with their longest coming in the form of a 10-day stay June 14-23 against the Yankees, Mariners and Pirates. They will have an nine-game, 11-day road trip as well, taking on the Mariners, Rays, and Brewers from Aug. 23-Sept. 1.
The Halos will finish the regular season with a four-game set against the Rangers in Texas from Sept. 26-29.
For a complete look at the Angels 2013 schedule, head over to angles.com/schedule.
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