Millville's Mike Trout will get a major-league homecoming next season as his Los Angeles Angels are scheduled to play the Philadelphia Phillies on May 13 and 14, 2014.

The Phillies will also play the Angels in Los Angeles on Aug. 12 and 13.

The team announced its 2014 schedule on Tuesday and will open the season on March 31 at Texas.

The Phillies' home opener is on April 7 against the Milwaukee Brewers.

They play 19 of their final 29 games on the road, which includes a nine-game road trip at the end of August and beginning of September against the Mets, Braves and Nationals and a 10-game road trip in the middle of the month against the Padres, A's and Marlins before they finish the season with a three-game series at home against the Braves.

The National League East is paired up with the American League West for interleague play. The Phillies host the Angels on May 13-14, the Astros on Aug. 5-7 and the Mariners on Aug. 18-20. Besides the Rangers, the Phillies hit the road to play the Angels on Aug. 12-13 and A's on Sept. 19-21.

The Phillies also play a home-and-home series against the Blue Jays with two games at Citizens Bank Park on May 5-6 and two in Toronto on May 7-8.

The Phillies will hold an On-Deck Series, as has been a tradition since Citizens Bank Park opened in 2004, prior to the season opener on March 28 and 29 against the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Six Game Pack tickets will go on-sale in late November. Spring Training 3-game packs go on-sale in mid-December. Group Tickets go on-sale in mid-December.Individual tickets will be available in mid-February.

It's a guarantee that those Angels' games will be a sought-after ticket. Trout is hitting .338 (179-for-530) with 23 home runs, 84 RBIs, 97 runs, 37 doubles, nine triples and 32 stolen bases on 39 attempts in 139 games. His on-base percentage is .437 and his slugging pe

rcentage .572 and his OPS 1.009.

Started at The Press in 1993 as an Ocean County reporter. Moved to the copy desk in 1994 until taking over as editor of At The Shore in 1995. Became deputy sports editor in 2004 and was promoted to sports editor in 2007.