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- Jul 22, 2000
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MLB’s season outlook is getting bleaker by the day with COVID continuing to wreak havoc across the league. The Marlins and Phillies haven’t seen the field since Sunday while the Cardinals, Brewers, Blue Jays and Nationals find themselves in similar limbo. Simply put, the league is scrambling to save its season, as commissioner Rob Manfred alluded to Friday in his conversations with union head Tony Clark.
According to ESPN’s Keith Olbermann, MLB could decide to shut down its 2020 season as soon as Monday in response to the league’s recent COVID outbreak.