MLB Season Update

  The MLB season has been set back do to the Coronavirus outbreak but it could possibly be the first league to open back up and play games again as soon as May. This could mean all teams would be playing in Arizona without a 162 game season and without fans.

  The plan would dictate that all 30 teams would play with no fans in the Phoenix Arizona area including Chase Field, home of the Diamondbacks. They’d also play on 10 spring training fields and possibly other fields nearby. Players, coaches, and other essential personnel would be staying in local hotels in isolation where they would only travel to and from the stadiums.

  Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institutes of Health have been supportive of the plan that would adhere to stick isolation, promote social distancing, and allow the MLB to be the first professional sport to return to the main stage. Training camps could be going up in May and real regular-season games could return as soon as June.

  There’s many if’s and but’s but this could be really good for the sports world and this will finally give us a taste of what we’ve been missing for months.