I am sure a lot of people in Texas are trying to get tested right now. Perhaps they should have picked a different state to train in. Seems the places where players have a hard time getting tested are places with high rates of new infections. Not sure why you would want your players to travel to Texas, Florida or California right now. Should have picked minor league stadiums in areas with low infection rates to train.
Seems like Houston is about the worst area in the country right now. So Astro''s decide to have their training camp there?
Maybe combine the ideas? Perhaps later I will look to see if it's possible these expansion teams embraced an offensive philosophy that reduced strikeouts. 20 -> 24 teams isn't nothing, by the way, it's an additional 20%.
Well we were scheduled to play the Braves as they are in NL East so that is a negative to Markakis opting out.
Markakis has made over $120 million in his career and would only make $1.48 million this year if the whole 60 games get played. Seems to be a trend that the guys who have made a ton of money in their career but not making much this year opt out. Other than Price who has made more than a ton of money and will have a ton more money coming the next couple of seasons.
LOL the Orioles are going to be trying to save money. They are going to have very low revenue this year. More likely the big market teams with their big television contracts are the ones that get teams to trade them great players while only taking on part of the players salaries and give nothing much in return.