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Lee, who took 380 oneday international wickets, made the announcement at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Thursday.
Smith was distracted by Spidercam, a manoeuvrable camera suspended above the pitch by wires, when he dropped India's Lokesh Rahul during the fourth Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
The opener smashed 101 off just 114 balls to lay the foundation for Australia's opening day total of 348-2 in the fourth and final Test against India at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
New Zealand will meet South Africa at Hagley Oval, Sri Lanka will take on Zimbabwe at Bert Sutcliffe Oval (both matches in Christchurch), 1992 World Cup finalists England and Pakistan will test each other at the Sydney Cricket Ground and Australia will play the UAE (UAE) at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
The traditional Boxing Day Test at Melbourne remains unchanged but the fourth Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground has been put back three days to January 6.
Having the opening of the iconic US Major League Baseball (MLB) season at the Sydney Cricket Ground this weekend has taken sports fans back in time to the day when the greatest stars of the two sports shared the same galaxy and simply created headlines by sitting with each other at a baseball match in New York in 1932.
ESPN's Mark Saxon, in one of his article took great interest on Sydney Cricket Ground but was somehow confused on Australian sporting terminology.
When professional baseball returns in 2014, it will throw the first pitch at Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) in Sydney, Australia, a venue that features LED video displays from Daktronics (Nasdaq DAKT) of Brookings, S.