5) Other notes
At least the Blue Jays will be able to finish the 2021 regular season at home. The six-game homestand will include two three-game series’ versus New York and Baltimore respectively, between Sept. 28 – Oct. 3.
Toronto will play 20 interleague games in 2021, with 10 at home and 10 on the road. The highlight will arguably be the two-game home series on April 27-28 against Washington, who are the current World Series champions.
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The All-Star break will take place over four days, between July 12-15. Aside from this, the Blue Jays will have 20 off-days during the 2021 regular season, including five in April, three in May, four in June, two in July, three in August and three in September.
The Blue Jays will face the Yankees 19 times in total next year, with nine at home and 10 on the road. The schedule versus New York sees the majority of the games taking place at the start and end of the season, with six in April and seven in September.
Similarly, Toronto will play Boston 19 time in 2021, again with nine at home and 10 on the road. This means the Blue Jays will play 10 of 19 at home against both of their other AL East division opponents, Baltimore and Tampa Bay.
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