UK BASEBALL fans only have to wait a few more months until summer and MLB London 2020.
The MLB London series sees divisional rivals St. Louis Cardinals face off against the Chicago Cubs.
The Teams play each other at the London Stadium on Saturday June 13 and Sunday June 14.
Here's how you can can get first-hand experience of the two highly-anticipated ball-games.
Limited tickets will be going on sale today, Wednesday March 4 from midday, and you can access those from Ticketmaster.
Then on Thursday March 5th MLB London Series 2020 tickets go on general sale.
MLB London Series 2020 tickets
- Sat June 13, MLB London Series, London Stadium – Tickets
- Sun June 14, MLB London Series, London Stadium – Tickets
How much will MLB London tickets cost?
Tickets for the MLB London series have several levels of pricing, with the top tier of tickets costing £340 each for seats closet to the diamond.
But there are other pricing tiers including £71, £93, £134 and upwards depending on seating position.
The closer to the action, the more you can expect to pay, while U16s tickets are available from around £50.
What MLB teams are playing in London in 2020?
The MLB 2020 London Series features rivals St. Louis Cardinals and Chicago Cubs.
St. Louis Cardinals are 11-time World Series, and 2019 National League Central champions.
While the Chicago Cubs have made 11 World Series matches, winning three.
But you can bet championships and titles will be put on hold on June 13-4, as series pride will take centre stage for the big games.
What is the MLB London Series?
The MLB London series kicked off in 2019 and is returning in June 2020.
Currently a two-year agreement, the London series sees the London Stadium host two regular-season games over two days.
For the London Series 2019, New York Yankees took on Boston Red Sox in front of 119,000 people over two days.
The Yankees took both games, 17-13 and 12-8.
MLB has previously held similar series in Japan, Mexico and Australia.
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