Astros reveal 2018 regular season, will open on the road against Rangers

Houston Astros' Jose Altuve, right, celebrates his solo home run off Oakland Athletics starting pitcher Chris Smith with Carlos Correa in the sixth inning of Monday's game. (AP Photo/Eric Christian Smith)

The Houston Astros will open the 2018 regular season against the Texas Rangers in Arlington on March 29, the team announced Tuesday.

After the four-game series against the Rangers, the Astros return to Houston for a three-game matchup against the Baltimore Orioles. The 2018 season marks the first time the Astros will take on the Orioles in a home season opener. The Astros have won on Opening Day in five straight seasons.

The Astros take on the New York Yankees in another four-game, weekday series on April 30 at Minute Maid Park.

The regular reason ends on Sept. 30 with the conclusion of a four-game road series against the Baltimore Orioles.

HOMESTAND GAMES TO WATCH:
New York Yankees (April 30 - May 3)
Boston Red Sox (May 31 - June 3)
Chicago White Sox (July 5 - July 8)
Texas Rangers (July 27 - July 29)
Seattle Mariners (Sept. 17 - Sept. 19)
Los Angeles Angels (Spet. 21 - Sept. 23)

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