MLB’s “Plan” Was Never Going To Work [PODCAST]

first_img 1080p HD About Connatix V56490 About Connatix V56490 Major League Baseball’s flawed return to play plan was on full display over the weekend when multiple Miami Marlins players tested positive for COVID-19. According to manager Don Mattingly, the team itself made the decision to play Sunday despite the positive tests.As of Tuesday morning, 17 team members have now tested positive for the virus. Two games originally scheduled for Monday were canceled due to the outbreak. 720p HD 360pcenter_img Auto (360p) 1/1 Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip MLB and its players’ union’s hubris in eschewing the bubble format that has been working for the NBA, NHL and MLS will ultimately be its demise.The Minnesota Twins in the Shortened 2020 SeasonDave OverlundTwins PanoramaGet to know your Minnesota Twins for the 2020 season.Getty ImagesJorge PolancoJorge Polanco is expected to be the starting shortstop for the Twins in 2020. He will likey be their #2 hitter.Getty ImagesJosh DonaldsonJosh Donaldson was the big free agent acquisition of the Twins this offseason. He’s expected to add some home runs to the bomba squad.Getty ImagesJosh DonaldsonDonaldson takes batting practice in the cage.Getty ImagesKenta MaedaKenta Maeda came to the Twins in a trade with the Dodgers for hard throwing prospect Brusdar Graterol. Maeda should begin the season in the Twins’ rotation.Getty ImagesNelson CruzNelson Cruz is shagging some ground balls here. He didn’t play in the field last season and isn’t expected to do that this season either. The 40-year old will be the Twins’ full-time DH.Getty ImagesRocco BaldelliManager Rocco Baldelli enters his 2nd season as the Twins’ manager with high hopes for a return trip to the playoffs.Getty ImagesSummer WorkoutsThe Twins are stretching on an overcast day at Target Field.Getty ImagesTwins Working OutMarwin Gonzalez and Nelson Cruz are stretching before practice. Gonzalez is expected to see time all over the diamond again this season including the outfield 3rd base and first base.Getty ImagesWes Johnson and Jose BerriosJose Berrios will be the opening day starter on the mound for Twins. He is the staff ace and is coming off a solid 2019 season.last_img read more

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