Major League Baseball Announces Tomorrow Is Opening Day At Home

I know I'm not the only one that's having baseball withdrawals, and on top of that... tomorrow was supposed to be Opening Day! The day that should be a national holiday, the day where every team is tied for first and your team is going to win it all! Sources say that the MLB hopes the season can start early June.

Since the season is suspended there won't be an Opening Day.. that is until Major League Baseball announced today that tomorrow is officially Opening Day At Home! On social media post a photo of you wearing your favorite team's gear, share photos from seasons past, share your favorite memories, or favorite highlights. Tomorrow is a day to fill the timelines with nothing but baseball! MLB has also announced that you can watch the past 2 seasons for free and that includes postseason as well! You can do that HERE.

MLB also posted a schedule of all the games they will be broadcasting and what social media channel the game will be on. Check out the schedule below!

Here's a detailed description of each game from Andrew Simon who is an analyst for the MLB, he describes the game in his Opening Day At Home article on MLB.com

AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST
Blue Jays:Joey Bats’ epic flip(12:15 p.m. ET)
José Bautista obliterates a go-ahead, three-run homer in Game 5 of the 2015 AL Division Series -- and punctuates it with a celebration for the ages.
Also available on: Las Mayores Facebook
Orioles:A dramatic comeback(4 p.m. ET)
Down three runs in the bottom of the eighth, Baltimore fights back in Game 2 of the 2014 ALDS.
Also available on: MLB Vault YouTube channel
Rays:Game 162, for all the marbles(11 a.m. ET)
The 2011 AL Wild Card race comes down to the final day of the regular season, and the results are memorable.
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Red Sox:The Game 4 miracle(6 p.m. ET)
Dave Roberts steals second base, and the 2004 Sox embark upon the only comeback from a 3-0 postseason series deficit in MLB history.
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Yankees:Boone walks it off(2:50 p.m. ET)
Relive the Yankees' dramatic win over the Red Sox in Game 7 of the 2003 AL Championship Series.
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AL CENTRAL
Indians:22 in a row(9 a.m. ET)
The 2017 Tribe extends its AL-record win streak to a mind-boggling 22, in walk-off fashion.
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Royals:Crown them(6:05 p.m. ET)
A dramatic 2015 championship run concludes with a ninth-inning rally and a 12th-inning explosion in Game 5 at Citi Field.
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Tigers:JV twirls first no-no(9 a.m. ET)
A 24-year-old Justin Verlander strikes out 12 Brewers on his way to a no-hitter at Comerica Park in 2007.
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Twins:Tiebreaker yields division crown(11:15 a.m. ET)
The 2009 AL Central race requires a 163rd game, and Minnesota outlasts Detroit in an extra-innings battle at the Metrodome.
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White Sox:Perfection for Buehrle(4 p.m. ET)
On a Thursday afternoon in 2009, Mark Buehrle treats the South Side fans to a little perfecto -- with some help from substitute center fielder Dewayne Wise.
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AL WEST
Angels:Trout takes the Big Apple(12 p.m. ET)
Mike Trout puts on a show on the big stage at Yankee Stadium in 2018, smacking three doubles and a home run for his first career five-hit game.
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Astros:JV notches no-no No. 3(12 p.m. ET)
Verlander is in dominant form in Toronto, piling up 14 K’s while becoming the sixth pitcher to collect three career no-hitters.
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Athletics:The streak goes to 20(6 p.m. ET)
Future “Moneyball” star Scott Hatteberg walks off the Royals and caps an incredible winning streak for the 2002 A’s, who turn the AL West race on its head.
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Mariners:The King is perfect(3:30 p.m. ET)
Already miss Félix Hernández in Seattle? Turn back the clock to the summer afternoon in 2012 when he took his throne and painted a masterpiece against the Rays.
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Rangers:Texas wins the pennant(9 p.m. ET)
The franchise punches a ticket to its first World Series by finishing off the Yankees in ALCS Game 6.
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NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST
Braves:Acuña slams Dodgers(3:05 p.m. ET)
Rookie sensation Ronald Acuña Jr. fends off elimination in the 2018 NLDS, striking the big blow with the bases loaded.
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Marlins:Beckett slams the door(6 p.m. ET)
Josh Beckett locks up 2003 World Series MVP honors by outdueling Andy Pettitte in this Game 6 clincher.
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Mets:Win or go home(6 p.m. ET)
Jacob deGrom and Daniel Murphy star, as the Mets advance past the Dodgers in Game 5 of a back-and-forth 2015 NLDS.
Also available on: MLB Twitter
Nationals:A Game 7 thriller(3 p.m. ET)
Remember this one? A never-say-die team summons one more rally to win the 2019 World Series.
Also available on: MLB YouTube channel
Phillies:Harper’s heroics(9 a.m. ET)
Bryce Harper authors the signature moment of his debut season in Philly, launching a walk-off grand slam.
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NL CENTRAL
Brewers:Crew spoils Rocktober(8:30 a.m. ET)
In a tense NLDS opener in 2018, Christian Yelich goes deep, and Mike Moustakas walks off the Rox at Miller Park.
Also available on: MLB YouTube channel
Cardinals:The David Freese Game(11 a.m. ET)
Down to their last strike in Game 6 of the World Series, the 2011 Cards fight back multiple times, and say, “We’ll see you tomorrow night.”
Also available on: MLB Facebook
Cubs:The drought is over(6:05 p.m. ET)
The Indians push them to the brink, but the Cubs squeeze past Cleveland in a dramatic Game 7 andfinallywin their first championship since 1908.
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Pirates:Triumphant return to October(8:30 a.m. ET)
PNC Park ishypedfor Pittsburgh’s first postseason game since 1992 -- just ask Johnny Cueto -- and the Bucs advance past the Reds in the 2013 NL Wild Card Game.
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Reds:Starting it off right(1 p.m. ET)
Cincinnati wins its 2019 opener, as Luis Castillo strikes out eight and Derek Dietrich delivers a pinch-hit, go-ahead, three-run homer.
Also available on: MLB Vault YouTube channel
NL WEST
D-backs:Gonzalez walks off Mo(10 p.m. ET)
Game 7, ninth inning, score tied, runners on base. It’s the scenario every kid imagines, and Luis Gonzalez comes through to win it all in 2001 -- off the best closer in baseball history.
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Dodgers:Kershaw no-hits Rox(9 p.m. ET)
There have been so many Clayton Kershaw gems at Dodger Stadium, but none quite like this one from 2014: a 15-strikeout tour de force that was oh-so-close to perfection.
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Giants:MadBum adds to his legend(10:30 p.m. ET)
Talk about putting the team on your back. Madison Bumgarner adds a World Series MVP Award to his trophy case with a jaw-dropping effort in Game 7 of the 2014 Fall Classic.
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Padres:Down 6? Watch this!(9:30 p.m. ET)
Six-run deficit in the ninth? No sweat. The Padres stage a franchise-record comeback in the ninth and then score five more in the 12th for good measure to claim a 5-hour, 4-minute marathon at Coors Field in 2019.
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Rockies:Nolan cycles on Father’s Day(3 p.m. ET)
Walk-off homer? Check. Cycle? Check. Father’s Day gift? Also check. Nolan Arenado gets a three-for-one deal in this Coors Field thriller from 2017.
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