It could be 60 degrees in Cleveland on March 26. It could also be 25 degrees. The safe bet is something closer to the latter — despite some unseasonably warm days in late March last year, there was a high of 36 degrees on that exact date in 2019. Also, Cleveland's last snow of the season, incidentally, has only fallen before March 26 seven times since 1950.
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Either way, baseball is scheduled to be played that day at the corner of Carnegie and Ontario, specifically at 1:10 in the afternoon, MLB announced today.
Your favorite payroll-slashing AL Central contenders open the 2020 campaign for your hearts and discretionary dollars against the Detroit Tigers, one division foe they might actually beat with regularity this year.