They are building it, and they are coming. 

The New York Yankees and the Chicago White Sox will play a Major League Baseball game on the site where 1989's "Field of Dreams" was filmed. 

An 8,000-seat temporary stadium is being built in the Dyersville, Iowa cornfield to host the game. 

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— MLB (@MLB)August 8, 2019

Besides paying tribute to "Field of Dreams," the Yankees-White Sox game will also be the first Major League Baseball game ever played in Iowa. 

“‘Field of Dreams’ captures the uniqueness of Iowans’ can-do attitude, and there’s no better place to host our state’s very first Major League game than this legendary baseball field in Dyersville,” Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds said in a statement. “As the famous movie quote goes, ‘Is this heaven?’ ‘No, it’s Iowa.’ Iowa’s truly a land of opportunity, where you can work hard, dream big and anything can happen. I look forward to this historic event in 2020.”

This won't be the first time fans flock to the Iowa cornfield for "Shoeless" Joe Jackson. The 1989 baseball classic starring Kevin Costner has already inspired tours and pilgrimages to the site. 

The game will take place on Aug. 13, 2020 and will be broadcast on FOX at 7 p.m. ET. MLB will release information about tickets to the game in the upcoming months. 

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