Outside Guatamare Stadium in Porlamar at Margarita Island, VenezuelaFor those dying to see some live baseball, your wait is over.   Beginning today the round robin tournament better known as the Caribbean Series begins.If you're not fortunate enough to be in Margarita Island, Venezuela to see the games in person but you have the MLB Network you can catch games daily at 3:30pm and 7:30pm eastern time (today's first game is listed on mlb.com as starting at 2:30pm so check your local listings).   Those of you without the MLB Network check at mlb.com for coverage via MLB.com's Gameday.   The Caribbean Series will be broadcast on radio at: Dallas–Fort Worth (KFLC 1270 AM); Miami (ESPN Deportes 1450 AM); New York (WNSW 1430 AM); Philadelphia (WUBA 1480 AM); and Washington, DC (WMET 1160 AM).The four nations represented are Puerto Rico (Indios de Mayaguez) and the Dominican Republic (Leones de Escogido) who meet in today's matinee game, and Mexico (Naranjeros de Hermosillo) and Venezuela (Leones de Caracas) who are scheduled for the nightcap.According to Lou Di Falco's blog, the New York Mets organization will have one representative on each of the four teams, with pitcher Elmer Dessens on the Mexico roster, pitcher Tobi Stoner on the Dominican Republic roster, pitcher Roy Merritt on the Puerto Rico roster and outfielder Alejandro Machado on the Venezuela roster.