AL and NL blend the 2013 lines

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AL and NL blend the 2013 lines

In the new MLB, interleague action will get plenty of play
Major League Baseball has caught interleague fever. With a new balance of teams in the American and National League, there always will be at least one interleague series in play. For starters, Todd Frazier and the Cincinnati Reds will host the Los Angeles Angels in their 2013 home opener.
Longtime St. Louis Cardinals star Albert Pujols will return to the National League to start his 2013 season, his second in the American League with the Los Angeles Angels. Pujols and the Angels will open Monday in Cincinnati. “I wouldn’t mind if Albert just spectated,” Reds manager Dusty Baker said. “He’s probably greasing his glove right now.”

AL and NL blend the 2013 lines

Major League Baseball has caught interleague fever. With a new balance of teams in the American and National League, there always will be at least one interleague series in play. For starters, Todd Frazier and the Cincinnati Reds will host the Los Angeles Angels in their 2013 home opener.
Longtime St. Louis Cardinals star Albert Pujols will return to the National League to start his 2013 season, his second in the American League with the Los Angeles Angels. Pujols and the Angels will open Monday in Cincinnati. “I wouldn’t mind if Albert just spectated,” Reds manager Dusty Baker said. “He’s probably greasing his glove right now.”
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