MLB gave teams the go-ahead to release their 2010 schedules Tuesday and most of them took advantage of an earlier-than-normal marketing opportunity to do just that. The minors do it (the Bisons' 2010 schedule has been out for a while), so this is a good move.
The Yankees and Red Sox will open the season at Fenway Park on April 5 -- but I wonder if that becomes the Sunday night, April 4 ESPN opener. The Yankees also end the season in Fenway Oct. 1-3 -- but don't play there at all in June, July, August and September!
Other highlights: The Twins take it outdoors to open Target Field on April 12 against the Red Sox, the Mets come to Cleveland for an interleague series June 22-24, the Blue Jays have a blockbuster nine-game block June 18-27 against the Giants, Cardinals and Phillies and the Yankees play Joe Torre's Dodgers in Chavez Ravine from June 25-27 (will it be a World Series rematch?). The Yankees will also be in Toronto in the final week, Sept. 27-29, before heading to Fenway.
The 2010 rotation for interleague is AL East vs NL West, NL East vs. AL Central, NL Central vs. AL West. You can start thumbing through the day-by-day schedule here. You can also go to the links below for team-specific slates of the clubs near Buffalo. Each link takes you to April and you can then choose the month you want at the top of the page.