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2016 MLB schedule is out; Twins open on the road again

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The 2016 Major League Baseball schedule was unveiled Tuesday and the Minnesota Twins will take the field for the first time next spring on the road against the Baltimore Orioles.

Check out the full Twins schedule right here.

The Monday, April 4, opener will mark the third straight and sixth time in seven years since Target Field opened in 2010 that the Twins will have opened the season on the road. The only year they began the season at home was in 2013.

As the Star Tribune notes, the Home Opener is April 11 against the Chicago White Sox. The first homestand of the season includes two games against the Milwaukee Brewers.

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