MLB Opening Day: Listen to the Milwaukee Brewers vs. the New York Mets

The game at Citi Field begins March 29 at 1:40pm ET.

Jackie Kolgraf
March 27, 2024

Freddy Peralta Photo by Rich Storry/Getty Images | Jose Quintana Photo by Adam Hunger/Getty Images

Get ready to dust off your baseball caps and break out the peanuts and Cracker Jacks because MLB Opening Day 2024 is just around the corner.

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After a brief taste of action with the Seoul Series, this year’s baseball season officially kicks off on March 28. At the forefront of the action is the highly anticipated matchup between the Milwaukee Brewers and the New York Mets at Citi Field, which has been pushed a day to March 29 at 1:40pm ET due to forecasted rain.

While the Mets boast a storied history of success on Opening Day, the Brewers are eager to make their mark with a revamped roster and a fresh sense of determination.

Milwaukee Brewers vs. New York Mets

How to listen

The New York Mets home team broadcast can be heard on satellite channel 175 and the SiriusXM app.

The Milwaukee Brewers away team broadcast can be heard on the SiriusXM app.

See the full Opening Day broadcast schedule on the MLB section of the SiriusXM app.

Roster shakeups, managerial debuts, and lineup highlights

Both the Brewers and Mets have undergone significant changes since last season, with key players departing and new faces stepping into the spotlight.

The Brewers will be led by Freddy Peralta, who is making his first career Opening Day start and aims to solidify his role as the team’s ace. On the other side, the Mets turn to veteran Jose Quintana to anchor their pitching staff in the absence of ace Kodai Senga, who is sidelined with a shoulder injury.

Additionally, the managerial debuts of Carlos Mendoza for the Mets and Pat Murphy for the Brewers add an extra layer of intrigue to the matchup.

The Brewers will feature Rhys Hoskins in his debut, alongside highly anticipated prospect Jackson Chourio, while the Mets will showcase their offensive firepower with a lineup anchored by Brandon Nimmo and Francisco Lindor.

As fans eagerly await the first pitch, there’s no shortage of excitement surrounding Opening Day. From the Mets’ impressive track record on season openers to the debut of phenom Jackson Chourio — and both teams eyeing postseason success — Opening Day serves as the perfect opportunity to set the tone for the season ahead and showcase championship aspirations.