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Looking Ahead: 2023 Renegades Season Schedule Announced

132 games on tap once again as Renegades embark on third year as a New York Yankees affiliate
August 31, 2022

Wappingers Falls, N.Y. (August 31, 2022) – The Hudson Valley Renegades, the High-A affiliate of the New York Yankees, are pleased to announce their 2023 Regular Season schedule, featuring 132 games set to begin Friday, April 7 at Dutchess Stadium. The 2023 season marks the third year for the Renegades

Wappingers Falls, N.Y. (August 31, 2022) – The Hudson Valley Renegades, the High-A affiliate of the New York Yankees, are pleased to announce their 2023 Regular Season schedule, featuring 132 games set to begin Friday, April 7 at Dutchess Stadium. The 2023 season marks the third year for the Renegades as a member of the South Atlantic League.

The schedule features 66 home games and 66 road games against nine opponents. Hudson Valley faces off against North Division opponents 105 times, while playing South Division foes in the remaining 27 contests. The season begins on Friday, April 7 as the Renegades host a three-game series with the Greensboro Grasshoppers, kicking off a season-opening nine-game homestand through April 16, which also includes six games with the Aberdeen IronBirds.

“We are very excited for the 2023 season of Renegades baseball at The Dutch,” said Steve Gliner, President and General Manager of the Renegades. “We have a lot of big things planned for next year, and we can’t wait to share it all with our fans.”

The most frequent opponent for the Renegades in 2023 is the Wilmington Blue Rocks, the High-A affiliate of the Washington Nationals. The Gades and Rocks will square off 30 times during the season. Hudson Valley is set for 24 games each with Aberdeen (Baltimore), Brooklyn (NY Mets), and Jersey Shore (Philadelphia).

Hudson Valley hosts one new opponent out of the South Division this year, welcoming the Bowling Green Hot Rods to The Dutch from July 14-16. The Hot Rods are an affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays, the Renegades parent club from 1996-2019.

The Renegades host two nine-game homestands in 2023 – April 7-16 and July 14-23. They will take two 12-game road trips during the season – from April 18-30 to Rome and Greenville, and July 25-August 6 against Hickory and Wilmington.

Important Dates

  • Opening Day – April 7 vs. Greensboro Grasshoppers
  • Father’s Day – June 18 vs. Rome Braves
  • Independence Day at The Dutch – July 3 vs. Wilmington Blue Rocks
  • All-Star Break – July 10-13
  • Final Home Game – Sept. 10 vs. Jersey Shore

Games by Opponent

North Division

  • Aberdeen IronBirds – Baltimore Orioles
    • Home: April 11-16, May 30-June 4 & August 22-27
    • Away: May 9-14
  • Brooklyn Cyclones – New York Mets
    • Home: May 16-21 & July 18-23
    • Away: June 20-25 & August 15-20
  • Greensboro Grasshoppers – Pittsburgh Pirates
    • Home: April 7-9
  • Jersey Shore BlueClaws – Philadelphia Phillies
    • Home: August 8-13 & Sept. 5-10
    • Away: June 6-11 & July 4-9
  • Wilmington Blue Rocks – Washington Nationals
    • Home: May 2-7 & June 28-July 3
    • Away: May 23-28, August 1-6 & August 29-Sept. 3

South Division

  • Bowling Green Hot Rods – Tampa Bay Rays
    • Home: July 14-16
  • Greenville Drive – Boston Red Sox
    • Away: April 25-30
  • Hickory Crawdads – Texas Rangers
    • Away: July 25-30
  • Rome Braves – Atlanta Braves
    • Home: June 13-18
    • Away: April 18-23

The complete 2023 schedule can be found by clicking here. Game times and promotions will be announced at a later date.

2023 Season Ticket memberships are on sale now. Fans wishing to renew their existing season ticket memberships or become a season ticket member for the first time may do so in-person at the Renegades Ticket Office at Dutchess Stadium or online here.

ABOUT THE HUDSON VALLEY RENEGADES

The Renegades are in their second season as the High-A affiliate of the New York Yankees. They have played their home games at Dutchess Stadium in Wappingers Falls, N.Y. since 1994.

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