Pirates, Marlins reportedly will play in Puerto Rico in 2016

Baseball Major League Baseball is headed back to Puerto Rico next season.The Pirates and Marlins will play "all or part" of a scheduled four-game series on the island in 2016, the Los Angeles Times reports. The teams are scheduled to play in Miami from May 30-June 2, according to schedules released last week. MORE: Latino legends of baseballThe games would be moved to San Juan to celebrate Pirates legend Roberto Clemente, the island's favorite son. Hiram Bi

thorn Stadium in the capital was the temporary home of the Montreal Expos in 2003 and 2004 before they finally left Canada and moved to Washington. The facility also hosted regular-season games between the Marlins and Mets in 2010.According to the Times, the games there would be part of an ongoing effort to revitalize interest in baseball on the island.