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Major League Baseball today announced its 2008 regular season schedule, subject to change. Major League Baseball’s 2008 regular season will open on Tuesday, March 25th in Tokyo, Japan as the reigning World Series Champion Boston Red Sox square off against the Oakland Athletics at the Tokyo Dome for a two-game series. It will mark the earliest regular season game ever played and the third time the MLB season has opened in Japan (Chicago Cubs and New York Mets in 2000; New York Yankees and Tampa Bay Devil Rays in 2004).
The first game within the continental U.S. and Canada will feature the Atlanta Braves visiting the Washington Nationals as they open Nationals Park in Washington, D.C. on Sunday, March 30th live on ESPN at 8:05 p.m. (ET).
On April 15th, Major League Baseball will celebrate “Jackie Robinson Day,” marking the 61st Anniversary of Jackie Robinson’s entry into the Major Leagues. Robinson will be honored prior to the start of each Major League game played that day.
Interleague Play, in its 11th season, will run from Friday, May 16th through Sunday, May 18th, and from Friday, June 13th through Sunday, June 29th, featuring rematches of the 1998 World Series (Padres-Yankees at Yankee Stadium, June 17-19), the 2004 Fall Classic (Cardinals-Red Sox at Fenway Park, June 20-22) and the 2006 World Series (Cardinals-Tigers at Comerica Park, June 24-26).
The 79th All-Star Game will be played on Tuesday, July 15th at Yankee Stadium in New York.
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Source: Press Release, Major League Baseball