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CINCINNATI – Opening Day 2014 for the Cincinnati Reds was announced on Tuesday.
The Reds will face off against the Saint Louis Cardinals on Monday, March 31, with the traditional Opening Day parade to precede the first pitch.
As previously announced,tThe Los Angeles Dodgers and the Arizona Diamondbacks will kick off the 2014 season in Sydney, Australia with an ESPN "Sunday Nigh Baseball" game on Sunday March 30, Major League baseball announced.
The final 2014 season schedule will be released on Sept. 28.
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