Primarily for financial reasons, the MLB Draft - scheduled for June 10-12 - has come under the eye of the league and the players, who are negotiating arrangements for what the season could look like and how it would be structured, if and when baseball resumes. Postseason games would be played in eight domed stadiums and three Southern California stadiums.
The Dodgers will be streaming last season's Opening Day game on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter at 1:10 p.m. PT - the same time as last year's opener.
As far as locations are concerned, all postseason games will be played at neutral sites located in Los Angeles, Anaheim, San Diego, Miami, Seattle, Arizona, Milwaukee, Toronto, Houston, St. Petersburg, Fla., and Arlington, Texas. More games means his players would be more likely to be paid their full salaries, which means he gets paid more.More news: Plenty of companies hiring during pandemic
"We're just trying to let [MLB] know we have the ability to do it, that there's a logical way to do it", Boras said.
"All the players I'm talking to want to play all the games, and we can map this out", Boras explained. You have the sites to do it. They are re-airing the Dodgers' Opening Day game from 2013, when Kershaw memorably hit the first - and only - home run of his career in a 4-0 win over the Giants.
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Major League Baseball additionally is streaming one memorable game for all 30 clubs across its social media properties. "Here, we can have five to seven days of festivities".
Boras has reason to suggest such a plan. While it's believed that the league may have to settle on an abbreviated season - perhaps as limited as an 81-game campaign starting in July - Boras believes the 2020 season can be played out in its entirety. The regular season was supposed to start today.
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T-Mobile tells TmoNews that when baseball starts back up, the free MLB.TV offer will start up, too.