Major League Baseball’s World Tour will continue in 2024 with the Philadelphia Phillies and New York Mets scheduled for two-game series in London
The Philadelphia Phillies and New York Mets will be part of Major League Baseball’s World Tour for the 2024 season, playing a two-game series in London on June 8-9.
Phillies vs Mets: London 2024
Next season will mark the third year that the MLB held games in England.
The Yankees-Red Sox played in London in 2019 and this weekend, the Cardinals and Cubs will play a two-game series at London Stadium.
London Stadium transforms for MLB’s arrival
Phans of Philly Trip to London
If you’re looking to catch the Phillies next season in London, make sure you link up with our good friends over at Phans of Philly.
From booking flights, hotels, and planning the best tailgates before the game, Phans of Philly handles basically everything for you, providing you stress-free travel to watch any Philadelphia sports team on the road.
Perfect example: The Liberty Line joined Phans of Philly last October for the Eagles-Cardinals game in Arizona. At the same time, the Phillies were in the Wild Card and in hours time, Phans of Philly organized TWO watch parties for everyone to get together and watch The Fightins.
You’ve probably seen the video already but it’s too good to not post again. Shoutout Jean Segura.
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Also Worth Noting…
We’ll back back on the road with Phans of Philly for the Philadelphia Eagles this fall.
Phillies host the Mets today at 4:05PM
Taijuan Walker and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the New York Mets last night at Citizens Bank Park, 5-1 to take Game 1 in the three-game weekend series.
The Phillies, while dropping two straight this week to Atlanta, have won 14 of 18 games since June 3rd. They are 39-36 on the season, and three games out of second in the NL East, with the Braves still holding a commanding 9-game lead in first place.
Cristopher Sanchez will get the start today against Mets ace Max Scherzer.
First pitch at 4:05PM.