Finally, some good news. It appears as though the owners have caved in their desire to squeeze money out of the players, meaning we could be nearing an agreement for some kind of 2020 season to get started.
The big news around baseball over the past week has been the exodus of minor league baseball players as hundreds of players around the league have been released.
Since MLB’s revenue-sharing plan was shot down, the league has since countered with a brand-new proposal that would see the highest-paid players take massive pay cuts to compensate for the inevitable lost revenues of a shortened 2020 season without fans in stadiums.
The Blue Jays own the No. 5 overall pick in the draft this year, giving them their highest pick since all the way back in 1997 when they selected Vernon Wells with the fifth pick.
The Major League Baseball draft is going to be a lot different this year than it usually is.
Daily Duce: Thoughts on MLB’s newest proposal, painting the players as the bad guys, the five-round draft, and more!
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After weeks of speculating and floating ideas out into the public with varied responses, it appears that Major League Baseball has a plan to get its season started.
According to USA Today, MLB is chugging along with a plan that would get the season rolling in June, see teams playing in their home ballparks, and involve a realignment to three divisions with 10 teams. OK!
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again — 2015 content doesn’t get old. Scott MacArthur had Alex Anthopolous on his Morning Drive show on Thursday to re-live the earth-shattering acquisition of Troy Tulowitzki that he made ahead of the 2015 trade deadline. A handful of interesting things come up here, especially around just…
I’ve re-watched this game a few times and I’ve re-watched the seventh inning more times than I care to admit and, honestly, it never gets old.