List of Major League Baseball games played outside North America

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Major League Baseball has played multiple games outside its base in the United States and Canada, excluding the MLB Japan All-Star Series.

List of games[edit]

Season Date Winning Team Score Losing Team Attendance Stadium City Country Ref
1996 August 16 San Diego Padres 15–10 New York Mets 23,699 Estadio de Béisbol Monterrey Monterrey  Mexico [1]
1996 August 17 New York Mets 7–3 San Diego Padres 20,873 Estadio de Béisbol Monterrey Monterrey  Mexico [2]
1996 August 18 San Diego Padres 8–0 New York Mets 22,810 Estadio de Béisbol Monterrey Monterrey  Mexico [3]
1999 April 4 Colorado Rockies 8–2 San Diego Padres 27,104 Estadio de Béisbol Monterrey Monterrey  Mexico [4]
2000 March 29 Chicago Cubs 5–3 New York Mets 55,000 Tokyo Dome Tokyo  Japan [5]
2000 March 30 New York Mets 5–1 Chicago Cubs 55,000 Tokyo Dome Tokyo  Japan [6]
2004 March 30 Tampa Bay Devil Rays 8–3 New York Yankees 55,000 Tokyo Dome Tokyo  Japan [7]
2004 March 31 New York Yankees 12–1 Tampa Bay Devil Rays 55,000 Tokyo Dome Tokyo  Japan [8]
2008 March 25 Boston Red Sox 6–5 Oakland Athletics 44,628 Tokyo Dome Tokyo  Japan [9]
2008 March 26 Oakland Athletics 5–1 Boston Red Sox 44,735 Tokyo Dome Tokyo  Japan [10]
2012 March 28 Seattle Mariners 3–1 Oakland Athletics 44,227 Tokyo Dome Tokyo  Japan [11]
2012 March 29 Oakland Athletics 4–1 Seattle Mariners 43,391 Tokyo Dome Tokyo  Japan [12]
2014 March 22 Los Angeles Dodgers 3–1 Arizona Diamondbacks 44,735 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney  Australia [13]
2014 March 23 Los Angeles Dodgers 7–5 Arizona Diamondbacks 38,079 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney  Australia [14]
2018 May 4 Los Angeles Dodgers 4–0 San Diego Padres 21,536 Estadio de Béisbol Monterrey Monterrey  Mexico [15]
2018 May 5 San Diego Padres 7–4 Los Angeles Dodgers 21,791 Estadio de Béisbol Monterrey Monterrey  Mexico [16]
2018 May 6 San Diego Padres 3–0 Los Angeles Dodgers 21,789 Estadio de Béisbol Monterrey Monterrey  Mexico [17]

Future games[edit]

On May 1, 2018, the league announced a two-game series between the Seattle Mariners and the Oakland Athletics in Tokyo. This will be the first MLB regular season game in Tokyo since 2012, also between the Mariners and Athletics. The league also announced one week later, that a two-game series between the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox would be held in London. These will be the first MLB games ever played in the United Kingdom.

Season Date Teams Stadium City Country Ref
2019 March 20 Oakland Athletics vs. Seattle Mariners Tokyo Dome Tokyo  Japan
2019 March 21 Oakland Athletics vs. Seattle Mariners Tokyo Dome Tokyo  Japan
2019 June 29 New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox London Stadium London  UK
2019 June 30 New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox London Stadium London  UK

Puerto Rico[edit]

Estadio Hiram Bithorn in San Juan, Puerto Rico, a United States commonwealth, has hosted 51 MLB games since 2001. Of these games, 43 were during the 2003 and 2004 Montreal Expos seasons. The remaining six games involved other MLB teams:

Season Date Winning Team Score Losing Team Attendance Stadium City Country Ref
2001 April 1 Toronto Blue Jays 8–1 Texas Rangers 19,891 Estadio Hiram Bithorn San Juan  Puerto Rico [18]
2010 June 28 Florida Marlins 10–3 New York Mets 18,073 Estadio Hiram Bithorn San Juan  Puerto Rico [19]
2010 June 29 Florida Marlins 7–6 New York Mets 18,373 Estadio Hiram Bithorn San Juan  Puerto Rico [20]
2010 June 30 New York Mets 6–5 Florida Marlins 19,232 Estadio Hiram Bithorn San Juan  Puerto Rico [21]
2018 April 17 Cleveland Indians 6–1 Minnesota Twins 19,516 Estadio Hiram Bithorn San Juan  Puerto Rico [22]
2018 April 18 Minnesota Twins 2–1 Cleveland Indians 19,537 Estadio Hiram Bithorn San Juan  Puerto Rico [23]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  6. ^ https://www.baseball-reference.com/boxes/CHN/CHN200003300.shtml
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  8. ^ https://www.baseball-reference.com/boxes/TBA/TBA200403310.shtml
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  12. ^ https://www.baseball-reference.com/boxes/OAK/OAK201203290.shtml
  13. ^ https://www.baseball-reference.com/boxes/ARI/ARI201403220.shtml
  14. ^ https://www.baseball-reference.com/boxes/ARI/ARI201403230.shtml
  15. ^ https://www.baseball-reference.com/boxes/SDN/SDN201805040.shtml
  16. ^ https://www.baseball-reference.com/boxes/SDN/SDN201805050.shtml
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  20. ^ https://www.baseball-reference.com/boxes/FLO/FLO201006290.shtml
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  22. ^ https://www.baseball-reference.com/boxes/MIN/MIN201804170.shtml
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