It’s been about a week-and-a-half since Major League Baseball floated out its hypothetical plan to get the season rolling with a biodome-esque situation in Arizona. There was quite a bit of excitement from fans and media types about the prospective return of baseball, but many were also skeptical of the logistical issues associated with actually executing games and housing everybody who would need to be involved.
Key among the concerns was players having to accept being quarantined away from their families for such a long period of time. Both Chris Sale and Brett Anderson explicitly expressed concern with the idea of not being able to see their families for an extended period of time while an unnamed player on the New York Mets said that Arizona in the summer was a place where things die, not play baseball. Mike Trout said that he wanted to get playing again, but also expressed issues with MLB’s proposal.
But if Major League Baseball wants to get going and they get support from high-ranking government officials, where does that leave players?
I mean, it’s pretty clear that part of Donald Trump’s plan to …
Author: Cam Lewis / Blue Jays Nation