The Chicago Cubs are about to get a little more interesting as the 2017 season draws to a close.
The team will be traveling to the Bahamas for a four-game series against the Bahamas National Team on Tuesday, April 13.
It will be the first time in franchise history that the Cubs will travel to the Caribbean in their home stadium.
The Cubs will also play a three-game set at a venue in Jacksonville, Florida, on Friday, April 15.
The first two games will be played at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Stadium, while the final two games of the series will be on the same field.
The series will mark the first game the Cubs play at the ballpark.
It’s unclear if the game will be televised, but it could be a way to get the game’s fans in the seats.
The other two games on the schedule are scheduled for Friday, May 5 and Saturday, May 6.
The Chicago Cubs will play four games in three days at Marlins Park, which will be home to the Florida Marlins.
The series begins on Friday.
The Marlins, who will host the Cubs in Miami, will be playing on Thursday, May 4.