Major League Baseball has released the 2013 schedules for all 30 teams. You can see the Detroit Tigers' 2013 schedule by clicking here.
For the vast majority of games, starting times are TBA.
The home opener is set for a Friday, April 4, with the New York Yankees as the opponent.
The first and last west coast swing is is a long one, a nine-game, 10-day trip starting April 12 in Oakland. The swing ends April 24 in Los Angeles against the Angels.
With the west coast trip taken care of early on, the Tigers will not have to travel west of Houston for the remainder of the season. Thank you, MLB schedulers!
The Tigers' first interleague series of 2013 takes place on April 26. The Atlanta Braves arrive in Detroit for three games at Comerica Park, part of a nine-game home stand.
The newest American League team, the Houston Astros, will make their move to a new league in 2013. The Tigers face the lowly Astros for the first time on May 2, the opener of a four-game weekend series.
A home and home between Detroit and Pittsburgh? What is this, the NHL? It's not the Red Wings and the Penguins, but the Tigers and the Pirates. The Tigers end May by playing a home and home series with the Pittsburgh Pirates: two games at home, three in Pittsburgh.
The Tigers will be home for much of June thanks to six- and 10-game home stands.
Strangely, the Tigers don't face the Chicago White Sox until July 9, just before the All-Start break.
The 2013 All-Star break is July 15-18.The All-Star Game will be held July 16 at Citi Field, home of the New York Mets.
The Tigers start their second half of the season on July 19, in Kansas City.
From Aug. 15-Sept. 1, the Tigers are on the road for just three games: a weekend series with the New York Mets, Aug. 23-25.
On Sept. 2, the Tigers leave town for nine games in 10 days, ending with a three-game series against the White Sox, Sept. 9-11.
The final home stand of the season is a 10 game monster beginning on Friday the 13th (GASP) against the Royals, wrapping up with 3 games against the White Sox on Sept. 20-22.
The Tigers finish the 2013 season in ... Miami? What the!? Yes, the Tigers head to Miami for a season ending three-game series, Sept. 27-29. Tigers at Marlins will be the only interleague series taking place over the final weekend.