MLB officially unveiled its full 2024 regular-season schedule on Thursday, one day after announcing its slate of international games, as part of the MLB World Tour. After the Rays and Red Sox meet in the Dominican Republic Series during Spring Training (March 9-10), the Seoul Series (March 20-21) will kick off the 2024 season with the Dodgers and Padres playing MLB’s first games in Korea. The Mexico City Series (Astros vs. Rockies, April 27-28) and London Series (Mets vs. Phillies, June 8-9) also will return from 2023. All 30 clubs are slated to play on Opening Day (Thursday, March 28), and the regular season wraps up on Sunday, Sept. 29, with the 94th All-Star Game presented by Mastercard set for July 16 at Globe Life Field in Arlington. All 30 teams also will play on Jackie Robinson Day (April 15), Lou Gehrig Day (June 2), the Fourth of July and Roberto Clemente Day (Sept. 15).