Tigers 2022 MLB Schedule Revealed

Tigers 2022 MLB Schedule: full 2022 schedule for the Detroit Tigers revealed.
Tigers 2022 MLB Schedule: full 2022 schedule for the Detroit Tigers revealed. / Duane Burleson/Getty Images

While the 2021 MLB season rolls on, some teams are already looking forward to next year. Be it unfortunate injury luck or just a tough spot in the standings, the idea of a fresh chapter is exciting for some teams to envision.

On Tuesday, the league released its official 2022 schedule. Regardless of place in the standings, it's fun for baseball fans to start thinking about next year. The schedule will kick off on Thursday, March 31, 2022, with all 30 teams in action.

Some other notable schedule dates include the 2022 MLB All-Star Game, scheduled for July 19 at Dodger Stadium. Additionally, Jackie Robinson Day on April 15 features a full slate with all 30 teams playing.

Tigers 2022 MLB Schedule

One team that may be particularly excited about the 2022 campaign is the Detroit Tigers. Currently, Detroit remains 12.0 games back in the AL Central standings and 8.5 games back in the Wild Card race.

Detroit Tigers 2022 Schedule

2022 MLB Schedule

The Tigers will open their 2022 campaign visiting the Seattle Mariners. Detroit's home opener will take place on Friday, April 8 against the Chicago White Sox. The Tigers also wrap up their season with a three-game series at home against the Minnesota Twins, slated for Sept. 30-Oct. 2.

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