D-Backs Players test positive for COVID-19

So far, 2020 has been quite the year. First, no sports, then add the sickness throughout the U.S. However, for every dark cloud there is always a silver lining. On July 1st all MLB players began to report to camp to initiate the training for the upcoming 2020 season.

MLB Is About to Screw the Season up… Again

They say the road to hell is paved with good intentions. MLB assumed that they were carefully embarking on what they thought was a good strategy. Baseball would be played, and with constant COVID-19 testing, the players would remain safe while the virus was held in check. Don't look

Texas Rangers Built for 60 Game Season

Typically the month of July is the halfway point for Major League Baseball, and one of the busiest months. It typically consists of the Home Run Derby, All-Star Game and Trade deadline. But, things are different in 2020. With the world’s on-going battle against COVID-19, the MLB (mainly Commissioner Rob

Five Predictions for the 2020 Seattle Mariners

Return of Baseball in 2020 Baseball will finally start on July 23rd. The great American pastime is going to be welcomed by fans during this pandemic. Baseball was forced to shut down due to COVID-19 issues in mid-March. MLB and the Major League Players Association have been negotiating for two

The Indians Are Considering a Name Change

Social unrest and change have been common themes in this recent stretch of 2020. A new victim of that change could be the Cleveland Indians’ nickname. Ken Rosenthal and Zack Meisel from The Athletic get credit for breaking this story. https://twitter.com/BleacherReport/status/1279216031353802754 The Team’s Stance The debate about certain nicknames in professional