The Wait Is Over Now As Opening Day Is Finally Confirmed for MLB

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The Wait Is Over Now As Opening Day Is Finally Confirmed for MLB
The Wait Is Over Now As Opening Day Is Finally Confirmed for MLB

The Major League Baseball eventually found its way after such a long break due to pandemic. However, we kick off the 2020 season of MLB with two incredible matchups on the very first day.

The first night of the season comprises a crucial match where Washington Nationals the defending World Series Champion will be ready to take on the New York Yankees in DC. Max Scherzer will be handed the ball for Nats and Gerrit Cole is ready to make his debut for Yankees.

Being revealed from various sources that, after this Los Angeles Dodgers are ready to greet their coalition rival San Fransisco Giants to Los Angeles. Clayton Kershaw puts up with the ridge for the Dodgers and will skirmish out with Johnny Cueto.

The next day of the season will proceed the rest of the league underway. Most importantly the 60-game race to the World Series will be full of crucial encounters and force.

The Wait Is Over Now As Opening Day Is Finally Confirmed for MLB
The Wait Is Over Now As Opening Day Is Finally Confirmed for MLB

Due to massive request from fans and sports lover, MLBPA approved to a 60 game that was scheduled in the month of June to start again the season already delayed. Each team will confront every team in its division for ten games. 

The next day of the season’s full schedule here:

Braves at Mets, 4 pm EST

Tigers at Reds, 6:10 pm EST

Blue Jays at Ray’s, 6:40 pm EST

Brewers at Cubs, 7 pm EST

Marlins at Phillies, 7:05 pm EST

Royals at Indians, 7:10 pm EST

Orioles at Red Sox, 7:30 pm EST

Rockies at Rangers, 8:05 pm EST

Twins at White Sox, 8:10 pm EST

Pirates at Cardinals, 8:15 pm EST

Mariners at Astros, 9:10 pm EST

Diamondbacks at Padres, 9:10 pm EST

Giants at Dodgers, 9:40 pm EST

Angels at A’s, 10 pm EST 

Expected Events In A Shortened-Season?

No doubt, this season would be completely different for the players as the season is now 102 games shorter. Good thing is that fans will certainly be on an intriguing voyage. 

There might be some changes in the rules due to shortened-season, like universal DH and the new three-batter minimum for pitchers.

Moreover, health and protection for players, coaches, and fans are the most important point to look after. This season could be different as there will be no audience in ballparks. 

This time Players will have to confide more on each other during the game for support rather than from the fans and spectators. True it is that Baseball will look different than any other previous seasons. 

Undoubtedly, this baseball season would change people’s state of mind. Also, it would lighten fans expectations with sports.

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