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International Baseball Tournament returns to Al Lang Stadium in St. Petersburg

International Baseball Tournament

When/where: Tuesday-March 18, Al Lang Stadium, St. Petersburg

What: 11 games featuring six major-league teams and teams from the Netherlands, Canada and St. Petersburg College

Tickets: $80 reserved seating (includes all games except Thursday's Canada vs. Orioles); $12.50 reserved or $10 general admission for individual games. Available by calling 551-3000 or 1-800-874-9005 or at

Schedule: Tuesday — Canada vs. Netherlands, 7:05; Wednesday — Canada vs. St. Petersburg College, 7:05; Thursday — Netherlands vs. Tigers, 1:05; Canada vs. Orioles, 7:05; Friday — Canada vs. St. Petersburg College, 7:05; March 10 — Netherlands vs. Canada, 5:05; March 11 — Canada vs. Phillies, 1:05; March 12 — Netherlands vs. Pirates, 1:05; March 13 — Canada vs. Blue Jays, 1:05; March 16 — Netherlands vs. Braves, 1:05; March 18 — Netherlands vs. Rays, 1:05

Times staff

International Baseball Tournament returns to Al Lang Stadium in St. Petersburg 03/01/12 [Last modified: Friday, March 2, 2012 10:25pm]
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