The Los Angeles Angels will open their 2013 season in Cincinnati against the Reds if the current tentative schedule holds, according to a report from the Los Angeles Times.
With the Houston Astros moving to the American League next season, every division will have five teams, which is going to change the MLB schedule. One of the major changes is there will now be an interleague game scheduled each day.
In addition to beginning their season against a National League opponent, Los Angeles will also play fewer games against the Dodgers. In the past, geographic interleague rivals played six games each year, but the Dodgers and Angels will meet just four times next season.
In addition to the Dodgers and Reds, the Angels will also face the Chicago Cubs, Pittsburgh Pirates, St. Louis Cardinals and Milwaukee Brewers in interleague play.
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