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Tomorrow's WBC Game Moved to Chase Field


PHOENIX, Mar. 7, 2013 - Tomorrow's World Baseball Classic game between Team Canada and Team Italy has been moved from Salt River Fields at Talking Stick to Chase Field due to inclement weather. First pitch is scheduled for 12:08 p.m. and following the game, the stadium will be cleared in advance of tomorrow night's 7:08 p.m. game between Team USA and Team Mexico.

Seating for the Italy/Canada game at Chase Field will become General Admission within each seating area and Guest Service Representatives will be on hand to assist fans.

Ticket Location at SRF                      General Admission Ticket Location at Chase Field

Infield Box                             =          Seating in Sections G-M or 101-144

Dugout Box                            =          Seating in Sections A-F or N-S or 101-144

Infield Reserve                       =          Seating in Sections 101-144

Baseline Reserve                     =          Seating in Section 101-114 or 130-144

Lawn                                       =          Seating in Section 101-114 or 130-144

Gates to Chase Field will open at 11:00 a.m.

Seating for the game between Team USA and Team Mexico will remain the same and a limited number of tickets are available for that contest, which is expected to draw nearly 40,000 fans.

Tickets for all six World Baseball Classic games this weekend, including General Admission seats for the Canada/Italy game can be purchased at worldbaseballclassic.com

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