Baseball 2020 (such as it is)

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Baseball 2020 (such as it is)

Postby toomanyhatz » 29 Jul 2020, 05:38

So the Dodgers just beat the 'stros. I'm a bit dubious that this season will make it to the end, but there's enough happening to be worth discussing. Although it's probably only two or three of us that care.

Anyway, predictions? How far will we make it? If we get to some form of WS, who do you like?
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Re: Baseball 2020 (such as it is)

Postby Flower » 29 Jul 2020, 13:56

I hope that I'm wrong but I don't think that we'll have or make it to the "All Star Break" my husband and some of our friends think that the season will end with many double headers.

I'm a Blue Jays fan and like their chances. I don't know about the WS this year.

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Re: Baseball 2020 (such as it is)

Postby Dr. Baron » 29 Jul 2020, 14:00

I'm sitting this one out.
MLB probably should have as well.
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Re: Baseball 2020 (such as it is)

Postby harvey k-tel » 29 Jul 2020, 14:10

Dr. Baron wrote:I'm sitting this one out.
MLB probably should have as well.


Same.

I might watch the Leafs "home opener" tonight, but I'm not getting invested in it. (hockey, that is - sorry to hijack)
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Re: Baseball 2020 (such as it is)

Postby souphound » 29 Jul 2020, 15:10

harvey k-tel wrote:
Dr. Baron wrote:I'm sitting this one out.
MLB probably should have as well.


Same.

I might watch the Leafs "home opener" tonight, but I'm not getting invested in it. (hockey, that is - sorry to hijack)



Agree with Baron, and Harv, I'm exactly the same with my Habs. Will not be going out of my way to see any of the action. The weather is constantly in the mid-high 30s now. Not hockey weather.

As for baseball, bring back my Expos and I might start caring again.
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Re: Baseball 2020 (such as it is)

Postby Hightea » 29 Jul 2020, 17:23

Thought baseball would have a chance since as a team sport goes its the most social distancing. However, after the Marlins disastrous number of players with Covid I'm guessing we will not be able to complete the season. It came out that the Marlins player were out partying and most likely got it then. This is the problem the team has no control on its players and I'm sure their are plenty that think this Virus can't stop them from partying.

As a Yankee fan I'll watch but don't give it much a chance of them playing a whole season(short).