After a long period where the prospect of a 2020 season looked doubtful, Major League Baseball and the Players' Association came to an agreement on playing a prorated 2020 MLB season consisting of 60 regular-season games of a limited schedule followed by playoffs. It'll essentially be a "sprint to the finish" season but I'll take … Continue reading Baseball is Back!
Tomorrow marks the start of Spring Training baseball with the Texas Rangers and the Kansas City Royals playing at 2:05PM. I know very little about either team, but it’s the start of the baseball season so I really don’t care, so long as I get to watch baseball. I’ve gotten more into reading up on … Continue reading Start of the 2020 Baseball Season
For the first time in almost two years, the other day I stepped into the box and took some hacks at the batting cages. I haven't played competitive baseball in almost 4 years and haven't played a game in at least two. After tearing my PCL in Jiu Jitsu, I imagined my days of being … Continue reading A Day at the Cages
Last night I attended a baseball game at Miller Park between the Milwaukee Brewers and the Pittsburgh Pirates. I had never been to Miller Park before and the game was a great experience although the Brewers lost 3-2. I've been vacationing in Wisconsin since I was born and hadn't thought to go to a Brewers … Continue reading Miller Park
Baseball is here and with Spring Training games being on almost every day, there's plenty to watch. Unfortunately, if you're like me and work nights, you can't watch much. You see highlights after the fact and don't get the full atmosphere of watching a game live. You still get to see the videos on MLB.com … Continue reading Spring Training 2019