Good on The Road

The Cleveland Indians' stellar road record was a big reason why they shared the best record in the American League in 2007, and they were particularly good as the season wound down.

They'd love to pick up right where they left off.

Cleveland will open its first road trip of 2008 on Friday against the Oakland Athletics at McAfee Coliseum, a park where they haven't enjoyed much success in recent years.

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Across The World

The Boston Red Sox began their season-opening series in Japan on March 25, and closed it in California eight days later. After a one-day layoff, they hope to be ready to start their next series in yet another country.

Continuing their early-season trek across the world, the Red Sox visit Canada to open a three-game series Friday against the AL East rival Toronto Blue Jays, who are playing their home opener at Rogers Centre.

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Dodgers Head to SD

Hiroki Kuroda may not have been the biggest Japanese star to sign with a major league club in the offseason, but the Los Angeles Dodgers feel they have added an excellent arm to their rotation.

Kuroda is set to make his major league debut Friday when the Dodgers open a three-game series against the San Diego Padres at Petco Park.

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Angels Hit The Road

The Los Angeles Angels have built a reputation of having one of the most productive lineups in baseball. Their first two victories of 2008, though, have centered around stellar pitching.

They hope Ervin Santana - one of their most inconsistent hurlers a year ago - can also get off to a strong start Thursday night when they conclude a four-game season-opening series with the Minnesota Twins.

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