Here is the second installment of my proposal to get major league baseball back on the field in a sensible way. The first plan seemed to have created momentum regarding the intentions of Rob Manfred and the player’s association.
According to multiple outlets, a plan for the MLB regular season is being discussed that involves a start around July 1. ESPN’s Jeff Passan reports that a “return-to-play proposal” is expected to be relayed from the league to the player’s union in the coming days.
We now know that league officials must be avid readers of Fox Sports Knoxville content. Here are recommendations for the smaller details about an abbreviated, but still wholesome MLB season.
Mr. Manfred, you are on the clock.