Not only does the start of the baseball bring the end of the obnoxiously long Spring Training schedule, hopefully it will also officially end the pointless argument if the Royals should have sent Alex Gordon in the ninth inning of  Game 7 five months ago.

With loads of optimism flowing in almost every MLB clubhouse, 28 teams begin their season on Monday in hopes of successfully navigating a grueling 162 game schedule. While it’s impossible to predict which teams will become surprise contenders or last place finishers, it still appears we have a bunch of intriguing Opening Day games on tap for Monday, including a feast of fantastic pitching matchups.

Check out the full MLB Opening Day schedule below, with all times Eastern:

Blue Jays at Yankees 1:05 PM  (Hutchison vs. Tanaka)

Twins at Tigers 1:08 PM  (Hughes vs. Price)

Rockies at Brewers 2:10 PM (Kendrick vs. Lohse)

Red Sox at Phillies 3:05 PM (Buchholz vs. Hamels)

Orioles at Rays 3:10 PM (Tillman vs. Archer)

Mets at Nationals 4:05 PM (Colon vs. Scherzer)

Braves at Marlins 4:10 PM (Teheran vs. Alvarez)

White Sox at Royals 4:10 PM (Samardzija vs. Ventura)

Angels at Mariners 4:10 PM (Weaver vs. Hernandez)

Pirates at Reds 4:10 PM (Liriano vs. Cueto)

Padres at Dodgers 4:10 PM (Shields vs. Kershaw)

Indians at Astros 7:10 PM (Kluber vs. Keuchel)

Rangers at Athletics 10:05 PM (Gallardo vs. Gray)

Giants at D-backs 10:10 PM (Bumgarner vs. Collmenter)