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Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina celebrates his three-run homer with Kolten Wong and Marcell Ozuna during the fifth inning of Tuesday's game in Atlanta. Wong and Ozuna also hit three-run shots in the Cards' 14-3 win. (AP Photo)

CHICAGO — The Cubs and Cardinals will play a regular-season series in London next season, a source confirmed. It would be the first international series for the Cubs since they played the Mets in Japan in 2000.

In spring training, many Cubs said they welcomed an international trip, especially to Europe because it's closer than the Far East.

"It would be awesome, a cool trip to go over there," Kris Bryant told the Tribune in March.

Major League Baseball will announce the dates of the series later this summer. Bob Nightengale of USA Today first reported the trip had been approved.

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