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Schedule announced for International Spring Baseball series at Al Lang Field

The schedule has been announced for the second International Spring Baseball Training series at Al Lang Stadium in St. Petersburg.

The 10-game series, which runs from March 6-18, features the 2011 World Cup Championship team from the Netherlands, Team Canada and St. Petersburg College playing major-league squads from the Rays, Tigers, Phillies, Pirates, Blue Jays and Braves.

Reservations for season box tickets will be taken beginning Friday.

Season tickets will be offered for a limited time for $80, a 36 percent discount off the single-game price of $12.50. For group discounts for 10 or more tickets, call (727) 827-2078.

St. Petersburg International Baseball was created by Mayor Bill Foster to bring spring baseball back to Al Lang Stadium.

For more information, call (727) 551-3000 or visit stpete

International Baseball schedule

March 67:05 p.m.Canada vs. Netherlands
March 77:05 p.m.Netherlands vs. Team USA
March 81:05 p.m.Netherlands vs. Detroit Tigers
March 97:05 p.m.Canada vs. Team USA
March 105:05 p.m.Netherlands vs. Canada
March 111:05 p.m.Canada vs. Philadelphia Phillies
March 121:05 p.m.Netherlands vs. Pittsburgh Pirates
March 131:05 p.m.Canada vs. Toronto Blue Jays
March 161:05 p.m.Netherlands vs. Atlanta Braves
March 181:05 p.m.Netherlands vs. Tampa Bay Rays

Schedule announced for International Spring Baseball series at Al Lang Field 12/05/11 [Last modified: Monday, December 5, 2011 10:02pm]
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