MLB commissioner Bud Selig told Mike Vorkunov of The Star-Ledger on Friday that the league plans to play games in a location that will "surprise" people in 2015.
Baseball kicked off the 2014 season with a pair of games between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks in Sydney, Australia at the famed Sydney Cricket Grounds, and has previously played games in Tokyo, Mexico, and Puerto Rico in an effort to spread the league's influence throughout the world.
Selig did not give any further hints about the location for Major League Baseball's next international contest.
Selig says MLB will play next year in a place that will "surprise" people. Narnia? Middle Earth? Home and home at Hogwarts? — Mike Vorkunov (@Mike_Vorkunov) May 2, 2014