MLB released the schedule Monday for its shortened 60-game season beginning on July 23 in ballparks without fans amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Mookie Betts, Gerrit Cole and a pair of high-profile matchups are set for opening day as Major League Baseball begins its shortened 60-game season on July 23 in ballparks without fans amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Angels outfielder Mike Trout is the 12-1 favorite at the Westgate to lead MLB in home runs this season. He was fifth last year with 45.
He took a nasal swab test on June 30 which came back negative, but then had another saliva test that came back positive Sunday.
Las Vegas sportsbooks have generally shortened the futures odds of long shots and lengthened the odds of favorites because of the small sample size of 60 games.
A former Philadelphia Phillies pitcher and three others died in a plane crash in rural Utah.
The Yankees pitcher was hit in the head by a line drive from teammate Giancarlo Stanton during drills at Yankee Stadium.
The game scheduled for July 14 was canceled Friday because of the coronavirus pandemic, and Dodger Stadium was awarded the 2022 Midsummer Classic. The 2021 game is set for Atlanta’s Truist Park, home of the Braves since 2017.
Nearly a quarter-million in winning wagers were placed on Korean and Chinese baseball games after they had begun, a source told ESPN.
Minor League Baseball was forced to call off its season Tuesday after MLB said it wouldn’t be providing players this year.