Major League Baseball is back in town, and it’s been a while. The Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks were winging their way across the Pacific Ocean on Monday on separate chartered jets for their historic two-game series to open the MLB season on Saturday and Sunday at the Sydney Cricket Ground. There was some bad news for the Diamondbacks before they left – they’ll be without their scheduled starting pitcher for Game 1, Patrick Corbin, who could be out for the season with an elbow injury. The teams left Arizona on Sunday and were scheduled to land in Sydney early Tuesday morning, losing a day after crossing the International Date Line during the 15-hour flight.

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