Following a significant postponement due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Major League Baseball is set to hit the field later this month. The league shared shortened 60-game regular season schedules Monday night, featuring an exhibition game following "Spring Training 2.0" before getting into the heavily-regionalized regular season schedule.

The Brewers will open their season just down the road in Chicago, playing an exhibition game against the White Sox before opening their regular season against the Cubs in a three-game set. The Brew Crew will host their home opener against the Cardinals starting on July 31.

Part of the league's regionalizing of team schedules includes two series between the Brewers and Twins. The Brewers host Minnesota August 10-12, and they head to the Twin Cities for a three-game series August 18-20.

Milwaukee wraps up the season on the road against the Cardinals in a four-game series on the road at the end of September.

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Here is the full team schedule: