The 2020 MLB season can still happen, and it appears there’s a better chance it returns than a season not happening. With that being said, we should be nearly two months into the 2020 campaign by now.
There were a lot of different storylines surrounding the Angels for this upcoming season. Another year of seeing Mike Trout has to be at the top. Arguably one of the greatest players in baseball history in his prime, and we might have that taken from us really sucks. Seeing brand-new third baseman Anthony Rendon suit up. A healthy Shohei Ohtani who is expected to take the mound again. The rest of the Angels offense who looks primed to be one of the best all-around offenses in the game of baseball.
What were you looking forward to seeing the most this upcoming season. Scratch that, what are you looking forward to when the season resumes?
For me, I just want to see baseball back, regardless of how it returns.
- Anaheim council tweaks timeline for Angel Stadium deal. Anaheim officials won’t consider a development agreement for the Angel Stadium property until September, but the city will get some of the depost money due on the stadium’s sale earlier than previously planned, under recent changes to the deal’s timeline.
- Former Angel great Rod Carew talks about baseball’s plan to return
- Major League Baseball told players their prorated salaries would contribute to an average loss of $640,000 for each game over an 82-game season in empty ballparks, according to a presentation from the commissioner’s office to the union that was obtained by The Associated Press.
- Bryce Harper laid out a plan as to how the 2020 season could potentially return.... and it’s, not bad? Take a look for yourself.
- MLB sends union, players ‘daunting’ health protocols on how to play game safely in a pandemic
https://t.co/j0rWwoSSyU MLB’s health/safety protocols left me both impressed and depressed. They were thorough and detailed, but in that showed just how many needles will have to be thread in how many places to get the game restarted.— Joel Sherman (@Joelsherman1) May 16, 2020
- Something really cool happened at Wrigley Field
The neighborhood has been a little quiet lately. We wanted to help with that. pic.twitter.com/BoCtvUBRf4— Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) May 15, 2020