What Does 2021 Look Like for MLB?

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The year 2020 was a difficult one for many industries; airline and hotels saw their lowest numbers in years and most sustained significant losses. The restaurant industry was forced to change its business model to accommodate lockdown measures and the healthcare industry was under more pressure than ever before thanks to the COVID-19 outbreak. The […] READ MORE


Cincinnati Reds 2020 Season Review

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The 2020 season for the Cincinnati Reds was an eventful one. They finished 31-29, which was good enough for third place in the NL Central, and even secured a playoff spot in the extended format. Coming into this season, before COVID-19, the Reds had lofty expectations. They added several pieces over the winter and looked […] READ MORE


Athletics and Mariners Series Postponed

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On Sunday, it was announced that a member of the Oakland Athletics staff tested positive for Covid-19. Now, the series between Oakland and the Seattle Mariners has been postponed through Wednesday. Athletics and Mariners Series Postponed The three-game series with the A’s was set to open Tuesday, September 1st, in Seattle. As of now, the […] READ MORE


St. Louis Cardinals Getting Back to Full Force

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The St. Louis Cardinals are getting back to full force following 16 days without games due to a COVID-19 outbreak. The Cardinals missed 18 games after 10 players and eight staff members tested positive for COVID-19. This hiatus marked the longest midseason break not caused by a strike in MLB history. St. Louis is 9-8 […] READ MORE


New York Yankees News and Notes

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It has been an eventful week for the New York Yankees. After getting swept by the Tampa Bay Rays, they now currently sit in second place in the AL East. As big of a blow that is, that is not the only event currently shaking the Bronx Bombers. There are also postponed games and, of […] READ MORE


Why MLB Should Implement A Playoff Bubble

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In the light of the St. Louis Cardinals and Miami Marlins corona-virus issues, commissioner Rob Manfred is struggling with options. The league is still going strong despite serious issues revolving around the Marlins and Cardinals list of positive cases, but a decision will be needed. The league is not sustainable if there is a possibility […] READ MORE


Marcus Stroman Opts Out Of 2020 Season

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New York Mets pitcher Marcus Stroman has opted out of the 2020 MLB season. The 29-year old has been working his way back from a pre-season calf injury and was yet to throw a pitch in 2020. According to Jeff Passan, Stroman has collected enough MLB service time to reach free agency this winter. This […] READ MORE


Virus Outbreak Leaves Many Questions Ahead For Cardinals

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The 2020 MLB season is not even two weeks old. However, commissioner Rob Manfred is already facing a virus outbreak in two separate clubs: the Miami Marlins and the St. Louis Cardinals. Whether the blame rests on protocol-breaking players, naïve league administrators, or the country as a whole, the fact of the matter is that […] READ MORE


Philadelphia Phillies Return after “Bye Week”

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Philadelphia Phillies Return to Play The Philadelphia Phillies Opening Week took an unexpected turn after the Miami Marlins outbreak of the virus resulted in 19 players testing positive. The Phillies dropped two of three at home to start the year against the Marlins putting their season on pause due to health safety concerns. They had an […] READ MORE


Tampa Bay Rays Reinstate Austin Meadows from IL

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Austin Meadows Returns from Injured List The Tampa Bay Rays have reinstated All-Star outfielder Austin Meadows from the injury/illness list. Meadows missed most of summer camp as well as the first 10 games of the season due to a positive COVID test. On July 25th he was cleared to resume baseball activities. The Rays announced […] READ MORE