Finally, it’s time for baseball.
The 2020 Major League Baseball season will begin Thursday, four months after its original start date, and there should be no shortage of drama once the first pitch is thrown.
The unique campaign will consist of a 60-game schedule, rather than the usual 162-game slate, so each contest will take on greater importance right from the jump. A few rule changes and roster modifications also have been implemented as MLB returns to action amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The circumstances surrounding the 2020 season obviously aren’t ideal. It could be a strange ride, to say the least. But the overall unpredictability should make for captivating theatre, something sports fans desperately need.
NESN.com previewed the undoubtedly bizarre 2020 season in recent weeks, trying to predict the unpredictable and make sense of the looming madness. You can find all of that content at the links below.
- Three Winners, Three Losers Of MLB’s 60-Game Format For 2020
- How MLB Playoff Picture Would’ve Looked If 2019 Season Was Cut Off At 60 Games
- Eight Players Who Have Most To Prove In Shortened 2020 MLB Season
- Five Records We Could See Fall In Shortened 2020 MLB Season
- Here Are 11 Of The Weirdest Things We Could See In 60-Game MLB Season
- Nine Reasons To Be Excited About Unique 2020 MLB Season
- Six MLB Storylines To Follow In Abbreviated 2020 Season
- Six Sleeper Teams That Could Surprise Everyone In 2020 MLB Season
- Here Are 20 Random Thoughts On Incredibly Unpredictable 2020 MLB Season
- Seven Bold Predictions For (Nearly Impossible-To-Project) 2020 MLB Season
- MLB Power Rankings: Where All 30 Clubs Stand Entering 2020 Season
- World Series Predictions: Our Picks For Who Will Win 2020 Fall Classic