The Washington Times - September 12, 2012, 01:40PM

NEW YORK — Major League Baseball released it’s 2013 schedule Wednesday afternoon, a new format that features 76 intra-divisional games, 66 against the rest of the league and 20 interleague games that will take place throughout the season.

The Nationals will open the 2013 season at home against the Miami Marlins. You can read the full breakdown of the Nationals’ schedule here, which highlights their interleague schedule, home dates and particularly interesting stretches.

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Here is the full 2013 schedule: 

NATIONALS 2013 SCHEDULE (Home games in bold)

April 1 Miami

April 3 Miami

April 4 Miami

April 5 at Cincinnati

April 6 at Cincinnati

April 7 at Cincinnati

April 9 Chicago White Sox

April 10 Chicago White Sox

April 11 Chicago White Sox

April 12 Atlanta

April 13 Atlanta

April 14 Atlanta

April 15 at Miami

April 16 at Miami

April 17 at Miami

April 19 at N.Y. Mets

April 20 at N.Y. Mets

April 21 at N.Y. Mets

April 22 St. Louis

April 23 St. Louis

April 24 St. Louis

April 25 Cincinnati

April 26 Cincinnati

April 27 Cincinnati

April 28 Cincinnati

April 29 at Atlanta

April 30 at Atlanta

May 1 at Atlanta

May 2 at Atlanta

May 3 at Pittsburgh

May 4 at Pittsburgh

May 5 at Pittsburgh

May 7 Detroit

May 8 Detroit

May 10 Chicago Cubs

May 11 Chicago Cubs

May 12 Chicago Cubs

May 13 at L.A. Dodgers

May 14 at L.A. Dodgers

May 15 at L.A. Dodgers

May 16 at San Diego

May 17 at San Diego

May 18 at San Diego

May 19 at San Diego

May 20 at San Francisco

May 21 at San Francisco

May 22 at San Francisco

May 24 Philadelphia

May 25 Philadelphia

May 26 Philadelphia

May 27 Baltimore

May 28 Baltimore

May 29 at Baltimore

May 30 at Baltimore

May 31 at Atlanta

June 1 at Atlanta

June 2 at Atlanta

June 4 N.Y. Mets

June 5 N.Y. Mets

June 6 N.Y. Mets

June 7 Minnesota

June 8 Minnesota

June 9 Minnesota

June 11 at Colorado

June 12 at Colorado

June 13 at Colorado

June 14 at Cleveland

June 15 at Cleveland

June 16 at Cleveland

June 17 at Philadelphia

June 18 at Philadelphia

June 19 at Philadelphia

June 20 Colorado

June 21 Colorado

June 22 Colorado

June 23 Colorado

June 25 Arizona

June 26 Arizona

June 27 Arizona

June 28 at N.Y. Mets

June 29 at N.Y. Mets

June 30 at N.Y. Mets

July 1 Milwaukee

July 2 Milwaukee

July 3 Milwaukee

July 4 Milwaukee

July 5 San Diego

July 6 San Diego

July 7 San Diego

July 8 at Philadelphia

July 9 at Philadelphia

July 10 at Philadelphia

July 11 at Philadelphia

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