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MLB's Tentative '14 Schedule Has Full Opening Day On March 31
Published September 10, 2013
The ESPN Sunday night game to start the U.S.-based portion of the season will be selected at a later date. MLB, however, is not bringing back Prime Rivals week, its dedicated clustering of natural interleague rivalries played this past May. Instead, prominent interleague matchups such as Yankees-Mets, Dodgers-Angels and Nationals-Orioles have been slated for various points. The '14 season is set to be the last in the tenure of Commissioner Bud Selig. The schedule will be finalized with game times in January.