I have plenty of can goods, rice, and frozen vegetables and fruit as I stocked up on those back in mid-February. Plus you could order all that stuff online back then. Really haven't touched much of the can goods yet.
I wonder if soup kitchen and Pantries for the needy get a whole lot of donations when this is over.
With each day that passes, I find it less likely that we will see a 2020 MLB season. Covid-19 cases are still on the rise nationwide. There are so many unknowns with this right now. I truly miss baseball but am willing to do without for the greater good of our nation and planet.
The two times I’ve been to the store the fresh produce has been well stocked. Frozen vegetables have been wiped out. I think your seeing a trend of people purchasing more things they can stock to reduce the amount of trips needed. Frozen vegetables, canned goods, soups, and pasta are hard to find. My plan with produce is to buy berries, bananas, and oranges and eat them in that order more or less. I guess eggs are hard to find because people are cooking at home more (dunno). I can do without them.
Padres occasionally but not heavily rooting. Their record of course wasn't great last season so guess I just like pain.
They are local for me and about as far removed from the Orioles as possible. So not many conflicts of interest.
I loved Sparky Andersons total WTF attitude towards defense his later years in Detroit. Tettleton was a catcher/DH with the A's and the Orioles, occasionally playing a game or two in the OF or 1B in a pinch. In 1993 Sparky played Tettleton at first in 59 games, at catcher in 5, in RF 39 times and 18 more in LF. More or less repeated that in '94. By modern calculations he was somewhere between below average and "Mark Reynolds at third" at every position.
But who cares. They led the league in runs, OBP, and were 2nd in homers. They had a winning record despite just missing allowing the most runs in the American League.