New Changes, Coronavirus Concerns in Store As MLB Prepares to Begin Season

June 24, 2020
After months of negotiations between owners and players, Major League Baseball is ready to take the field. After Commissioner Rob Manfred imposed terms of a 60-game season earlier this week, the Players Association said yesterday, quote, "All remaining issues have been resolved and Players are reporting to training camps." Players will report to their home fields by July 1 and the upcoming season is expected to begin July 23 or July 24. David Samson, former President of the Miami Marlins and CBS Sports MLB analyst, breaks down the new rules we'll see this season and what the league is doing to address concerns over a surge in coronavirus cases.
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