The Mets will be making their way to Puerto Rico during the 2020 season to play a three-game series against the Marlins in San Juan.
The series will take place on April 28-30 at Hiram Bithorn Stadium, as the MLB makes their way to Puerto Rico for the second time in the past three seasons.
"Puerto Rico has a rich baseball history and passionate baseball fans," Mets COO Jeff Wilpon said in an official release. "We are honored to represent the Mets, and Major League Baseball, and are looking forward to returning to Puerto Rico to play the Marlins in 2020."
As Wilpon mentions, this isn't the first time the Mets have been to Puerto Rico. They were there with the Marlins back in 2010, and this will be the fifth time both of these franchises make their way to the island.
Playing internationally is something the Mets have been a part of for years now. The first international regular season games played were between the Mets and Padres back in 1996, when they went to Monterrey, Mexico. New York was also in Tokyo, Japan in 2000 with the Cubs to play in the first games outside of North America.