The Texas Rangers will open the 2014 season at home against the Phillies on March 31, the fifth time in the past six years that the Rangers have opened at home. They started this past season on the road at Houston.
The Rangers will also play the Phillies on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 1-2.
Texas then has a six-game road trip to Tampa Bay and Boston April 4-9, while the NCAA Men's Basketball Final Four is taking place in Arlington April 5-7.
The Rangers then return for a 10-game homestand against Houston, Seattle and the Chicago White Sox.
The Rangers' "prime" interleague rival next season will be the Colorado Rockies, and they will each host a two-game series. Texas will play May 5-6 at Coors Field, and May 7-8 at Rangers Ballpark.
The other interleague games include home series against the Atlanta Braves and Miami Marlins, and the road series will take them to the New York Mets, Washington Nationals and Marlins.
The complete schedule can be accessed by clicking the link below, which includes a seven-game homestand to end the season.
-- Drew Davison