2017 Milwaukee Brewers Regular Season Schedule

Here is the official press release that accompanied the reveal of the 2017 regular season schedule. I’ve also included an image off of the PDF included with the release for your downloading and wallpapering pleasure.

MILWAUKEE – The Milwaukee Brewers announced the team’s 2017 schedule today, which begins with Opening Day in Milwaukee against the Colorado Rockies on Monday, April 3 at Miller Park (1:10 p.m. start) as part of a four-game series. The season-opening homestand also includes a three-game series against the Chicago Cubs from April 7-9.

The interleague schedule features games against each team in the American League East Division, as well as four games in the border battle against the Minnesota Twins. The Brewers will host the Red Sox from May 9-11, marking Boston’s first trip to Milwaukee since June 6-8, 2003. The Blue Jays (May 23-24) and Orioles (July 3-5) will also travel to Milwaukee and the Twins will make their annual visit from August 9-10.

The Brewers will travel to Toronto to play the Blue Jays for their home opener (April 11-12) during Milwaukee’s first road trip. The Brewers will visit Yankee Stadium from July 7-9 for a weekend series against the Yankees directly before the All-Star break. Additional road interleague games will be played at Tampa Bay (August 4-6) and Minnesota (August 7-8).

The team’s longest homestand is a 10-game, 11-day stretch against the Cardinals (April 20-23), Reds (April 24-26) and Braves (April 28-30). The longest trip of the season is a 10-game, 11-day trip to Pittsburgh (July 17-20), Philadelphia (July 21-23) and Washington (July 25-27). The Brewers will take a nine-game, 10-day road trip in August, traveling to Colorado (August 18-20), San Francisco (August 21-23) and Los Angeles-NL (August 25-27).

The Brewers will play at home on Mother’s Day, May 14 vs. the Mets and Father’s Day,June 18 against the Padres. The Fourth of July features a home tilt against the Orioles, beginning at 3:10 p.m.

New this year, Monday and Tuesday evening home games will begin at 6:40 p.m.Weekday night games at Miller Park from Wednesday through Friday will start at 7:10 p.m. Most Saturday games will begin at 6:10 p.m. (except May 27, June 3, June 17 and July 1, which begin at 3:10 p.m.). All Sunday home games are scheduled to start at 1:10 p.m. The majority of weekday day games will begin at 1:10 p.m.

All game dates and times are subject to change, and road game times will be announced at a later date.



  1. Mindy

    Looks like fan appreciation night will be with the Cubs again. It would be nice if the fan appreciation gifts were going to Brewers fans.

  2. Jeffrey Strumberger

    How about some retro bobbleheads next season of the Milwaukee Braves. Lots to choose from, Aaron, Matthews, Spahn, Burdette, Adcock, Crandel, etc.

  3. bpvsev

    Looking forward to the May Interleague games. Great choices this year! (besides the annual Twins games). I was hoping with fingers crossed for a visit from the Rangers so I could wear my brand-new-but-didn’t-get-a-chance-to-wear-it-before-he-was-gone, Lucroy shirt. Is there an interesting reason for the Mon and Tues start times, or is it a matter of post work day attendance? Thanks for all the info. And thanks for a great season full of informative, fun and unique articles! Look forward to the first installment of Brewers By The Numbers in 2017. Have a great off-season, Brewer Nation!

    • Brewer Nation

      Certainly will be plenty of new faces to introduce. Brewers had the AL West this last year so they’ll have them again in 2019. Whether the Rangers come here or not is up to the fickle finger of fate.

      As for Monday/Tuesday, I think they’re still trying to find that sweet spot between early enough for kids in school to come but late enough that the post-work crowd can still get there too.

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