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Source: Phils will visit Fenway, Yankee Stadium, Toronto in 2010

Not that you were thinking about this on an August night after the Phils swept the Cubbies and Beergate continues to rivet the nation, but I thought it was of interest nonetheless. Though the official 2010 Major League Baseball schedule will not be released until leater this season, I’m hearing from a baseball source that a tentative schedule for next year has the Phillies playing interleague series in New York’s Yankee Stadium, Boston’s Fenway Park and Toronto’s Rogers Centre. The Phils will host the Minnesota Twins and Cleveland Indians and likely one other American League team at Citizens Bank Park. The Phillies are slated to open the season on the road in Washington, DC, against the Nationals, the source said. The team will play just seven home games in April and will also close the regular season on the road. The schedule is still subject to change before MLB releases it to the public.

Source: Phils will visit Fenway, Yankee Stadium, Toronto in 2010

Not that you were thinking about this on an August night after the Phils swept the Cubbies and Beergate continues to rivet the nation, but I thought it was of interest nonetheless. 

Though the official 2010 Major League Baseball schedule will not be released until leater this season, I’m hearing from a baseball source that a tentative schedule for next year has the Phillies playing interleague series in New York’s Yankee Stadium, Boston’s Fenway Park and Toronto’s Rogers Centre. The Phils will host the Minnesota Twins and Cleveland Indians and likely one other American League team at Citizens Bank Park.
 
The Phillies are slated to open the season on the road in Washington, DC, against the Nationals, the source said. The team will play just seven home games in April and will also close the regular season on the road. The schedule is still subject to change before MLB releases it to the public.
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