13 September, 2017
The Brewers open the season with a three-game series starting March 29 at San Diego.
Sunday home games will return to 1:10 p.m. start times, after beginning at 1:40 p.m. this season.
The highlight of the schedule release, though, is the rivalry-heavy opening homestand against NL Central foes - and current divisional postseason-chase contenders - St. Louis and Chicago.
The 2018 schedules were released Tuesday by Major League Baseball, and the Brewers will open up against the Padres for a three-game set beginning Thursday, March 28.
The home opener will be April 2 against St. Louis at Miller Park.
Besides the Tigers, the Brewers other interleague games will be against Cleveland, Kansas City, the Chicago White Sox and, of course, a home-and-home vs. the Minnesota Twins.
The Kansas City Royals have released the team's 2018 schedule. The Royals will compete against their "I-70 rivals" in St. Louis from May 21-23 and will host the Cardinals on the weekend of August 10-12. The Brewers also will play at home in a Labor Day matinee matchup against the Cubs on September 3.
The regular season concludes with a three-game set at Miller Park against Detroit from September 28-30. (May 26, June 16, June 23 and July 7 are TBD). Otherwise, home start times remain the same. Most weekday day games will begin at 1:10 p.m.