New Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) between management Major League Baseball The Baseball Players Association MLB He not only tackled the basic points of the conflict, but also would take baseball in Major tournaments for six different countries in The next five years, starting in 2022.
As Tim Healy, Mets writer for Newsday Sports reports, Owners and players have agreed to hold various matches or tours in other countries and continents.
MLB and the PA have agreed to organize games or “tours” at the following venues over the next five years, per source:
* Puerto Rico
* Dominican Republic
– Tim Healey (@timbhealey) March 11, 2022
The released list includes places already known as MexicoLondon, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Asia, which hosted various matches in the major league in previous years. The last city to be rounded off the list and which attracts a lot of attention is Parisa city that will also host the Olympics in 2024, but so far has not considered including baseball.
Although the exact dates and the number of matches and matches she will play is still unknown, The project is expected to be in effect during the five years that the CBA continues.
The Mexico Series 2019 He had two pre-season games and two other season series, most strikingly, and the last, between the Houston Astros and the Los Angeles Angels. For 2020, two games have been agreed between San Diego Padres and the Arizona DF linebacker in Mexico City, which was eventually canceled for known reasons.
For its part, the London Series 2019 Live a series of two games in between Boston Red Sox And the New York Yankees at London Stadium in the United Kingdomfacility will also be a venue in 2020, where it will be received Chicago Cubs And the St. Louis Cardinalsbut still has to be abolished.
On 2020The exhibition game Between the Minnesota Twins and the Detroit Tigers in Quesquea Juan Marechal Stadium In the Dominican Republic it was one of the last major events before the health emergency closed for everything.
The Big Tent also traveled to Hiram Bithorn Stadium in San Juan, Puerto Rico during 2018 To carry two clashes between the same twins and Cleveland Guardians now.
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