HOUSTON, Texas (KETK) – Baseball is back in action following an agreement between MLB and the MLB players’ association.

The plan is to have a 60-game schedule with games to start on July 24.

The Houston Astros will start the season against the Seattle Mariners at home and close the regular season with a four-game series against the Texas Rangers

It is currently unknown if MLB will allow fans despite Gov. Greg Abbott’s ruling that allows sports facilities to open to 50% capacity.

Below is the projected schedule:

  • Home – July 24-27 Seattle Mariners
  • Home – July 28-29 Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Away – July 31 – August 2 Los Angeles Angels
  • Away – August 4-6 Arizona Diamondbacks
  • Away – August 7-9 Oakland A’s
  • Home – August 10-12 San Fransico Giants
  • Home – August 14-16 Seattle Mariners
  • Home – August 17-18 Colorado Rockies
  • Away – August 19-20 Colorado Rockies
  • Away – August 21-23 San Diego Padres
  • Home – August 24-27 Los Angeles Angels
  • Home – August 28-30 Oakland A’s
  • Home – September 1-3 Texas Rangers
  • Away – September 4-6 Los Angeles Angels
  • Away – September 7-10 Oakland A’s
  • Away – September 12-13 Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Home – September 15-17 Texas Rangers
  • Home – September 18-20 Arizona Diamondbacks
  • Away – September 21-23 Seattle Mariners
  • Away – September 24-27 Texas Rangers