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2013 Baseball Season Kicks Into Gear This Week

UPDATED 3:30 PM EDT, April 2, 2013

UPDATED By WeatherBug Meteorologist, Chad Merrill

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The 2013 Major League Baseball season is officially underway with a full slate of action. Here is a look at the weather for your favorite team`s first at-bats of the new season:

Four teams had to wait until today for their first games of the season:

  • Baltimore Orioles at Tampa Bay Rays (3:10 p.m. EDT): Although Tropicana Field is a domed stadium, the weather greeting baseball fans is picture-perfect. Under just a few clouds, temperatures in the upper 70s will drop a few more degrees into the lower 70s by evening.

  • Cleveland Indians at Toronto Blue Jays (7:07 p.m. EDT): Winter weather is not letting go in southern Canada for the start of this year`s Blue Jays season. Mostly cloudy skies and gusty west winds will make temperatures in the 20s later today feel more like the teens and even single digits at times. A few flurries will even roam across the field. Don`t plan on seeing the game from the top of the CN Tower, as this will likely be an indoor affair, with the Rogers Centre roof closed.
  • Check out the forecast for your favorite team throughout the season using the WeatherBug Game Day section by clicking here.

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