Boston will play as the home team in the first Major League Baseball games to be held in Europe, on June 29 and June 30, 2019.
"Can grow our game, obviously, in Europe and hopefully getting two big teams out there will be a great thing for the sport".
"We are bringing you one of the best rivalries in baseball", MLS Commissioner Rob Manfred said on Tuesday (Wednesday NZ Time).
Major League Baseball also confirmed it is committed to playing in London in 2020 as it tries to "establish a long-term footprint in the city". MLB, which has previously staged regular-season contests in Puerto Rico, Mexico, Japan and Australia, will return to London for another series in 2020, with the participating teams yet to.
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China's exports to the USA last month rose 9.7 percent from a year earlier, slowing from a 14.8 percent rise in the first quarter. China's trade surplus with the USA totaled $80.4 billion in January-April, up from $50 billion in the same period a year ago .
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The service will be needed to play multiplayer titles like Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and the upcoming Super Smash Bros . Additionally, a family membership (which supports up to eight players) will be able to be purchased for $34.99.
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Heading into earnings, investors were hopeful that growth in that segment could help offset the cooling global smartphone market. Xiaomi's Redmi 5A shipped 5.4 Million units worldwide i.e. 2% of the total number for the first quarter of this year.
Mr Manfred said: "The stadium infrastructure in this city gives Major League Baseball every opportunity to put on a first-class event". And Mayor Khan was equally confident that the matches would not rain on the World Cup parade.
He told the London Evening Standard: "Since I became mayor, I have been determined to bring baseball to our city and I am really pleased we have been able to reach what is an historic agreement". "All the hard work has paid off".
"There is no better way to start the London Series and the first Major League Baseball fixture in Europe than a clash between two heavyweights of global sport".
Mr Khan has said he wants to make London the sporting capital of the world.
Baseball is following in the footsteps of American football, which has regularly held National Football League (NFL) games in England since 2007.