MLB, the Cubs, and COVID-19
You have to read the tea leaves whenever you find them.
... because the pandemic is going to get worse before it gets better.
This probably isn’t going to work.
The Annual #CubsSocial event moved to Zoom, but it was still a blast
Another team in the NL Central is dealing with a potential outbreak.
The teams will play five games in three days at Wrigley Field next week, and make up another one in September.
Here’s why you shouldn’t freak out because the Cubs will play 2 doubleheaders vs. the Cardinals next week
Seriously, David Ross and the team will handle things. And you should, too.
It would be a great way of ensuring this season is completed.
Even though that will hurt the Cubs
And a few other notes from MLB’s weekend.
The Cardinals are the Cubs’ rivals. They’re also human beings. Stop believing unsubstantiated rumors
We’re in a pandemic. Being kind to others is very important, now and always.
The plot thickens.
Baseball’s trying to do whatever it takes to have the season continue.
Could positive COVID-19 tests affect the Cubs this weekend?
The state of baseball, August 2020.
The pandemic is likely going to claim more ballgames.
None of this is good news, and MLB is at risk of a shutdown.
Six teams won’t play Friday, and four of them won’t play this weekend.
MLB’s commissioner is not good at punishment.
This is a legitimate question and unfortunately, no one knows the answer.
Hand sanitizer, virtual fans and MLB’s first major team outbreak has caused games to be postponed.
Scenes from around the league as baseball returned on Thursday
And some fun projects in the offing
Some thoughts on the conflicting emotions I felt during the Cubs exhibition game against the White Sox
MLB’s only non US based team is going to need an alternate plan
Can the Cubs and MLB make it through this year?