The MLB Season 2.0 has proven to be full of excitement, but almost didn’t happen because of COVID-19.
As Major League Baseball gets its 2020 season going, the sports gambling operator sees a huge response.
The league and its players union have come together to figure out how to end the shorter season.
Nearly four months late, the 60-game regular season starts Thursday night with two ESPN nationally televised games: New York Yankees at Washington Nationals (7 p.m. ET) and San Francisco Giants at Los Angeles Dodgers (10 p.m. ET).
Live fan participation at baseball stadiums isn’t allowed, but teams have taken a novel approach to find a solution.
It might be time to start thinking seriously about not seeing professional baseball in the U.S. this year.
With the 2020 MLB season still hanging in the balance, the league has begun its annual draft, finding a few surprises.
The MLB Players Association won’t accept the plan presented by team owners to get the 2020-21 season going.
Active dialogue between league owners, MLB brass and players could facilitate a return of baseball as early as next month.
Rumors of the league getting started as early as next month have been crushed.