Theres a difference just ask
A good way to remember who vs. Whom is whether the substitute or answer is he or him.
Who is to blame...he is to blame.
Whom is to blame...him is to blame.
The second one doesn't make sense so the correct usage is who.
As to the OP, I'm beginning to think this season is going to go down more like an WBC expo than a season.
So Umpire Joe West who is high risk and 67 was told by the league he was eligible for full pay and service time if he skipped the season but he said he is umpiring. 65 games from the all time record of games umped. He has umpired in the big leagues since 1976.
When I worked in a grocery store in college the butchers would take beef that was past the sell by date and grind it and sell it as fresh ground beef. If you have eaten fresh chicken from the grocery store you have eaten frozen chicken. All chicken meat comes in hard as a rock. Then they thaw it out and put it on the shelf as never frozen. Chicken industry has so much political pull that they have defined frozen chicken as negative 20 degrees Fahrenheit.