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Reds announce 2020 baseball schedule

Rob Butcher
Cincinnati Reds’ VP Media Relations

CINCINNATI — It’s official!
The 2020 60-Game Cincinnati Reds Schedule has been released and will begin with the Reds taking on the Detroit Tigers at Great American Ball Park on Friday, July 24.
Major League Baseball made the announcement earlier this evening on a special MLB Tonight presented by Camping World. The Reds’ slate starts off with three games at home against the Tigers, followed by a four-game series against the Chicago Cubs.
The team’s first road trip will be a brief three-game trip to Detroit July 31-August 2.
The 60-game regular season is scheduled to wrap up with three games in Minnesota September 25-27. Click below to view the full 2020 60-Game Reds Schedule!
As a reminder, all tickets for originally scheduled Reds 2020 regular season home games are no longer valid.
If fans are permitted to attend games based on the 60-game schedule at Great American Ball Park at any point this season, tickets will be sold for those games at a later date.
All tickets for originally scheduled Reds 2020 regular season home games ARE NO LONGER VALID.
The Reds are offering fans holding tickets for games originally scheduled for the 2020 regular season the option to apply the value of those tickets towards tickets for the 2021 season or receive a refund. Visit reds.com/Tickets for more details.
Fans who purchased tickets directly from the Reds or Tickets.com for originally scheduled Reds 2020 regular season home games should visit reds.com/tickets for options and more information.

SPRING TRAINING GAMES

CINCINNATI — Cincinnati Reds President of Baseball Operations Dick Williams announced Monday that the Cincinnati Reds and Detroit Tigers will play a pair of exhibition games before their July 24 season opener.
The teams will finish summer camp with a 6:40 p.m. game at Great American Ball Park on July 21 and a 6:10 start on July 22, followed by an off day on July 23.
The Reds and Tigers begin the 2020 championship season at 6:10 p.m. on July 24 at Great American Ball Park.