Major League Baseball to Europe?
The more international exposure baseball gets, the better it does. The Phantom would have to consider flying over such a match in London.
Baseball is small potatoes in Europe, but it's bigger than you think. There's a high standard of play in Holland, which produced the great Bert Blyleven, a pitcher who won an eye-popping 287 games.
There is also a professional league in Italy. It has not produced major league players as far as I know, but they will someday.
And yes, my Irish friends, there is a small league in Ireland. I don't think that this is a professional league, and the number of people at a game would probably fit in a phone booth, but you have to start somewhere.
Someday, 50,000 people in Croke Park for a pennant race between Dublin and Belfast, as Irish-American power pitching great and Hall of Famer Nolan Ryanthrows out the ceremonial first ball...