"Not 100% season starts on schedule"

Bill Shaikin talks Brewers and return to baseball

Evan Heffelfinger
June 29, 2020 - 2:42 pm

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Major League Baseball's current plan is to have baseball return on July 23rd, a date that seems lightyears and also a blink away, as we continue to deal with COVID-19. 

There are a lot of concerns about safety of the players, as the number of COVID cases has risen exponentially in the last month, but some still remain optimistic that the season will not only still take place, but take place on time.

Do you think the MLB season will start on time?


Bill Shaikin, MLB Writer for the LA Times, joined Bill on Monday to talk about the challenge of returning to baseball during COVID, the Brewers, and more:

Is there legitimacy to any championship that’s won this year, even if it’s by one of the bottom feeder teams?

Is there a team that he thinks could have an advantage in the shortened season?

Does he feel that there will be fans in the stands at any point this season?

Does he think a shortened season could work well for the Brewers and Craig Counsell?

Listen to the full interview below!