MLB got a little bit of good news and a little more bad news this week with plenty of new agreements. The Player’s Union came together with the league to discuss terms of the hiatus, we well as the terms as to how baseball could get started.
One of the most pressing matters in MLB before the COVID-19 pandemic was the Red Sox heating scandal, and that investigation is wrapped up. Commissioner Rob Manfred confirmed that the report was done and was pending action.
Speaking of cheaters, we got to hear from the Astros a little more this week. While some players in the organization already issued their own public apologies, this time we got one from a lawyer. Josh Reddick, on the other hand, is just pouring gasoline on the fire.
In more exciting news, baseball also came to terms on the conditions in which playing can return. Among those conditions were that COVID-19 has to be under control enough to warrant crowds.
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