On this week’s episode, we begin by outlining the main areas of the MLB’s sixty-seven page health and safety proposal to the MLBPA, including points on testing, facilities, travel, spring training, and on-field distancing. From there, we discuss a potential smoking gun email reported by the NY post that may reveal that the MLBPA was aware that they would need to accept additional pay-cuts if baseball would be paid without fans in the crowd. To wrap up, we discuss Alex Bregman’s search for a new agent, draft rosters from Backyard Baseball 2001, and continue our baseball rewatchables with the 2006 film Beer League.
Chase Madorsky is a UCLA graduate and baseball fanatic who lists Derek Jeter as his favorite athlete of all-time and is still convinced that David Wells should be the model for all aspiring pitchers. He supports his hometown New York Yankees and is currently waiting for the reemergence of his beloved New York Giants, New York Knicks, and UCLA Bruins.