Report: MLB Thinking About Playing In Empty Spring Parks

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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to rage around the world, Major League Baseball plans to start its season on empty spring training grounds in Florida and Arizona, according to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic.

MLB is more likely to use parks in Arizona rather than Florida, according to Rosenthal, as Arizona has a higher concentration of team spring training parks. According to Rosenthal, the logistics involved in quarantining the 30 MLB teams in an area is complex, as his sources told him that the withdrawal would require the cooperation of local, state and federal governments and the resources that might be needed to fight it. the coronavirus pandemic.

The idea that all MLB teams play in a centralized location without supporters follows reports that the Premier League plans to end its season by quarantining teams in part of England, while the NBA has explored the opportunity to play his playoffs exclusively in Las Vegas.



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