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2004 Dodger Schedule
2003-09-29 01:35
by Jon Weisman
Note: The Dodger Thoughts blog has moved to the Los Angeles Times.

MLB.com has posted the tentative 2004 Dodger schedule here. According to this schedule, the Dodgers open the season April 5 at home against San Diego, and finish the season at home October 3 against San Francisco.

The first regular season games against the New York Yankees at Dodger Stadium are slated for the weekend of June 18-20.

Interesting to note that while every other opponent is listed by location name, the Expos are listed by team nickname. Guess MLB doesn't believe that it's safe to call the team Montreal for next season, but is confident enough to call them the Expos.

Maybe we should focus on finding the perfect city for that nickname. Could anything make more sense than to have a team called the Expos play in our local underused sports facility in Exposition Park? Los Angeles Expos, anyone?

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