I MLB To Release 2020 Season Proposal
Major League Baseball to propose MLB Players Association to kick-start the 2020 season,which’s been delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic according toKen Rosenthal of Fox Sports and The Athletic.
However, obstacles still remain for the Season 2020 kick-off.
Full article here
II Baseball Reopening In Early July – Rumour or Truth?
With the news about Baseball training resuming on June 10 and the games kicking off from July 1,
the air is filled with speculations and a look into the heart of the matter.
Check it out here
III 50+ Major Dominican Republic Leagues Donated Funds via COVID-19 Dominican Republic Initiative
Over $1 million has been collected through the COVID-19 Dominican Republic Initiative.
And 50+ Major Leagues from the Dominican Republic have donated funds for ventilators,
test kits, face masks, cleaning supplies and food
to help citizens adopt safety measures to combat the pandemic.
Full article here
IV The First-Ever Female MLB hitting coach -LSU graduate Rachel Balkovec
Balkovec was coaching with the New York Yankees in Tampa, Fla. during spring training of her first season,
when the season kick-off got delayed due to the coronavirus.
“I was overseeing 250 athletes and 10 male strength coaches – that was one my biggest breaks in my career,”
More on her story here
V What can MLB Learn From Korean Baseball Organisation?
With MLB on hold, baseball fans have South Korea’s 10-team
Korean Baseball Organisation League as an alternative.
Players are on the ground without fans cheering them and KBO has
interesting game specifications that can be a learning inspiration
VI Donald Trump’s Memory of The Winning Home Run He Hit In His Youth.
In his own words…
“I will never forget […] the first time I saw my name in the newspaper,” Trump wrote.
“It was when I got the winning home run in a game between our academy and Cornwall High School.
It was in 1964 and it was in a little local paper. It simply said, TRUMP HOMERS TO WIN THE GAME.
I just loved it and I will never forget it. It was better than actually hitting the home run.”