2008_10_cubsyankees.jpgWrigley Field is the Major Leagues' second-oldest ballpark, but its tenants, the Cubs, could help open baseball's newest next April. If this plan goes through, the Cubs would visit the Yankees for one or two exhibition games before the regular season starts. Both clubs open on the road -- Chicago in Houston and New York in Baltimore -- on April 6. For those wondering, the teams, which faced off in the 1932 and 1938 World Series, have played two interleague series against each other, including one in the Bronx in 2005. The new stadium won't host its first regular-season game until April 16 against Cleveland. The Cubs, who train in Arizona and often close their exhibition schedule in Las Vegas, would no doubt be richly compensated for flying across the country only to fly back to Houston. The Mets, by the way, open Citi Field on Monday, April 13. [Photo credit]