Eight more teams celebrate Opening Day today! Tickets to the games can be found on StubHub.
Here’s today’s line up:
Fans can check out the new changes that have made to Rangers Ballpark, including a new statue that commemorates late Rangers fan, Shannon Stone.
Today’s game marks the park’s 20th anniversary. The Orioles will be celebrating the anniversary all season long, but fans heading to today’s game can enjoy Eutaw Street festivities and receive a 2012 schedule magnet.
The Rays Opener is sold out for the seventh year in a row! For the first few minutes when the gates open at 12:10 pm, fans will be greeted by Rays players, a Tropicana Field tradition. Fans will also enjoy the raising of the 2011 AL Wild Card banner before first pitch by Jim Dundee, son of the late boxing legend Angelo Dundee.
Don’t miss the 10th Annual Klement’s Opening Day First Brat Relay Race at 11 am on Chase Ave. and the rest of the Opening Day activities around Miller Park!
Opening Day is sold out and this match-up is sure to be a preview of an exciting NL West race! Ian Kennedy gets the starting nod against Giants’ Tim Lincecum.
The Astros will kick off their 50th anniversary as an MLB franchise and under new ownership by Jim Crane. Fans should head to KBR Plaza on Crawford St for the 11th Annual Opening Day Street Festival which starts at 11:30 am.
Albert Pujols makes his AL debut tonight as the Angels open up play against the Royals. The Angels have a host of activities for fans to celebrate Opening Night including the National Anthem by David Cook, a C-17 flyover, and post-game fireworks!
Last but not least, an American Opening Night match-up between the Mariners and Athletics, who met in Japan last week to start the season. The Coliseum looked ready for baseball action in a tweet from the club last night.