We really have no clue if there’s going to be a season this year.
I would lean towards no, personally, but I wouldn’t blame you if you help out hope for the sake of having something to look forward to during these times. Maybe the season gets cancelled altogether, maybe there’s a shortened season that starts in the middle of summer with a bunch of double-headers, maybe there’s a World Series Game 7 played on Christmas. Who knows.
But what we do know, thanks to Major League Baseball’s proposed deal with the Players’ Union, is that there’s going to be free agency this off-season. Even if the season gets cancelled, players will accrue a year of service time identical to what they earned over the course of the 2019 season. So even if the 2020 season goes sideways or gets wiped, the 2020 off-season will carry on mostly as expected.
Since there’s nothing else to talk about (I’m banking all my nostalgia and listicle content for later), let’s take a look at this winter’s free agency class!
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Author: Cam Lewis / Blue Jays Nation