Manila, Philippines – Baseball Philippines will hold majority of its games for the 2012 season at three newly-installed ﬁelds in Clark Field, Pampanga.
The league and Clark Development Corporation forged a partnership recently to hold the matches every Sunday at the former US naval facility.
CDC president and Dumaguete Uni-Bikers owner Ping Remollo offered the hosting of the games and BP ofﬁcials accepted.
The new season, which retained the six teams led by the four-peat seeking Manila Sharks, opens on Mar. 31 at the Rizal Memorial Baseball Stadium.
Games on the following day will also be held at the same venue before the matches at Clark begin on Apr. 22.
For the first time in history, the league will have a triple-round elimination schedule or 15 games per teams. The top four teams will enter the semis with the finals being a best-of-three series.
Other squads competing this season are the Cebu Dolphins, Batangas Bulls, Alabang Tigers and the Taguig Patriots. (Jonas Terrado)