The Braves (despite being in the throes of a theoretical playoff battle) released their 2015 schedule in full today.
Atlanta opens the season on April 6 at Miami, plays two more there (no just-in-case-of-bad-weather-on-Opening-Day off day thanks to their roof!) then come to Turner Field to open the home slate on April 10 against the Mets.
Interleague play begins a week later with three in Toronto, and the rest of the month is playing Eastern division rivals.
May is all National League opponents -- I'll continue my tradition of watching the Braves flop at home on my birthday, this time to the Reds -- including three at the Dodgers and four at San Francisco to end the month. Memorial Day will be not spent at The Ted.
June features two at the Red Sox on the 15th and 16th, and two against Boston at home the next two days, much like what happened this season.
Fourth of July week begins with three against the Nationals at Turner Field and is highlighted by a weekend series against the Phillies, with the actual holiday on that Saturday. The All-Star Break is July 13-16, and the Braves emerge from it to take on the Cubs at home.
The best part of August is definitely a home series against the Yankees the 28-30. That'll undoubtedly be a hot ticket to see Brian McCann and Martín Prado's returns.
Given that we don't have a season coming down to the wire in September ala 2014, the last month of the 2015 season is fun. The Braves are at home vs. the Mets the 10-13, Blue Jays 15-17 and Phillies the 18-20. After sets at New York and Miami, Atlanta closes out the year with three against the Nationals Sept. 29-Oct. 1, and then the regular season concludes against the Cardinals Oct. 2-4.
View the full schedule with home times here. What games do you absolutely have to attend?