Blue Jays announce 2020 spring training schedule

Toronto Blue Jays infielder Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (27) makes a throw to first base during a spring training drill in 2019. (Nathan Denette/CP)

The Toronto Blue Jays will open their 2020 spring training schedule on the road against the New York Yankees on Feb. 22.

The team announced the 31-game Grapefruit League schedule on Monday. Start times for the games were not announced.

The Blue Jays will once again play their home games at Dunedin Stadium, in Dunedin, Fla., which is currently undergoing a $81-million renovation.

The team’s first home game of the spring schedule will be on Feb. 24 against the Atlanta Braves. Their spring finale will also be against the Braves, on the road on March 22.

You can check out the entire spring training schedule below. The Blue Jays will open the regular season on March 26 against the Boston Red Sox.

Date Opponent
Feb. 22 at New York Yankees
Feb. 23 at Minnesota Twins
Feb. 24 vs. atlanta Braves
Feb. 25 vs. New York Yankees (ss)
  at Philadelphia Phillies (ss)
Feb. 26 vs. Detroit Tigers
Feb. 27 vs. Minnesota Twins
Feb. 28 at Detroit Tigers
Feb. 29 vs. Philadelphia Phillies
March 1 at Pittsburgh Pirates
March 2 vs. Pittsburgh Pirates
March 4 at Tampa Bay Rays
March 5 at Philadelphia Phillies
March 6 vs. Pittsburgh Pirates
March 7 at Boston Red Sox
March 8 vs. Philadelphia Phillies
March 9 vs. Tampa Bay Rays (ss)
  at Pittsburgh Pirates (ss)
March 10 at New York Yankees
March 11 vs. Baltimore Orioles
March 12 at Pittsburgh Pirates
March 13 at Baltimore Orioles
March 14 vs. Tampa Bay Rays
March 15 vs. New York Yankees (ss)
  at Detroit Tigers (ss)
March 17 at Philadelphia Phillies
March 18 vs. Boston Red Sox
March 19 at Tampa Bay Rays
March 20 vs. Philadelphia Phillies
March 21 vs. Detroit Tigers
March 22 at atlanta Braves

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