Major League Baseball announced the New York Yankees and Mets revised schedules on Wednesday, which reflects games that were postponed due to the league’s lockout.
MLB has extended the regular season to Wednesday, October 5. Teams will now end the season with their originally scheduled openers.
The Yankees will face the Texas Rangers in a four-game series at Globe Life Park from October 3 to 5, with a doubleheader being played on October 4. New York will make two separate trips to Minute Maid Park to face the Houston Astros. The two teams face off on June 30 and then meet again in Houston for a day-night doubleheader on July 21.
The Mets will host the Washington Nationals in a three-game series at Citi Field from October 3 to October 5. The two-game set against the Atlanta Braves will be made up as part of doubleheaders at Citi Field on May 3 and August 6.
All other 155 games remain as scheduled.