Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Can Baseball Survive Without A Bubble In Place?

When the Flordia Marlins baseball team announce all the players that have Covid19 Major League Baseball's greatest fears were realized. Right now the Marlins will be sitting out until next week sometime or when they are cleared to come back and play again. Will this be an isolated case or will we see a lot more in the coming weeks?

The reality is there will be more positive cases in the future. If there is no more I would be totally shocked, to be honest. When MLB decided not to be in a bubble they trusted their players ould do the right thing 24/7 and stay safe. The reality is that will not happen as every player does not always follow the rules. This means if we have more positive tests MLB will have to decide if they want to shut down the season or not.

In my opinion, how Major League Baseball is doing this it is doomed to fail miserably. When you put your trust into Major League players to do the right things you just asking for heartbreak. I hope I am wrong about this but do not see this ending well for Major League Baseball.




Sunday, July 26, 2020

MLB Schedule July 27, 2020

There are some good games on the slate for Monday. Toronto playing Washington should be good along with Yankees at Phillies. Atlanta and Tampa Bay should also be an interesting series as well.


Monday, July 27, 2020

3:40 pm Los Angeles Angels @ Oakland Athletics     

4:10 pm Arizona D'Backs @ San Diego Padres     

6:05 pm Toronto Blue Jays @ Washington Nationals    

6:40 pm Chicago Cubs @ Cincinnati Reds     

6:40 pm Atlanta Braves @ Tampa Bay Rays     

7:05 pm New York Yankees @ Philadelphia Phillies     

7:05 pm Milwaukee Brewers @ Pittsburgh Pirates     

7:10 pm Chicago White Sox @ Cleveland Indians     

7:10 pm Kansas City Royals @ Detroit Tigers     

7:10 pm Seattle Mariners @ Houston Astros     

7:10 pm Baltimore Orioles @ Miami Marlins     

7:35 pm New York Mets @ Boston Red Sox    

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Will A Shortened Season Championship Mean As Much As A Full Season One

Sports for the most part have been idled for a good amount of time and fans of these sports have been going through withdraw without them. Now that Baseball and Basketball are starting back up what does it mean if you win a championship this year. Will people put an asterisk by it or will they consider if a full season considering we are dealing with COVID19? Let's take a closer look at this and what the winners from these sports can ultimately expect.

Many people will tell you winning either championship will be tough and I do not disagree with that at all. Playing a shortened season and stuck in a bubble is never a lot of fun. As a team just putting things behind you and trying to win is tough when you are away from your loved ones for an extended time. I think winning the basketball championship will be a lot tougher, but both will have their challenges, to say the least.

In my opinion, were going to hear baseball did not play a full season and basketball took a break in-between there season. This is why many purists will not consider this a true championship whoever happens to win it. The teams that do win though will have earned it and will be called champions no matter what anyone thinks about it.




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