If baseball is able to come back at all this year in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, fans should be prepared for a significantly shortened season, and that 1981 campaign may be the most relevant comparison available. The season was split in two by a labor dispute, but when the sport finally returned, its stars still had an abbreviated chance to shine.
It may not be the majors, but the Taiwanese and Korean leagues have offered us all a chance to watch competitive baseball while MLB is on hold. Surely some MLBTR readers are partaking … no doubt a few have even adopted new favorite teams.
Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association have pledged $3 million to support domestic violence survivors and nonprofit organizations dedicated to serving them, per Alyson Footer of MLB.com.
“I think it’s encouraging and there’s light at the end of the tunnel, seeing that so many countries are now trying it,” Hall told “Doug & Wolf” on KMVP-FM (98.7). He added, “Hopefully, it’s a case of follow the leader.”
According to multiple sources, Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez are no longer interested in buying the Mets. That decision was reached after negotiations with potential partners failed to materialize and it became clear that the Wilpons’ reluctance to part with SNY makes it almost impossible for anyone without many billions of dollars to afford owning the team.
Are you watching any of the KBO games on ESPN>
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