At a time when no one really knows what’s going on with anything, Major League Baseball is working to figure out when teams can get together and play again.
As service time concerns are being sifted through and schedule ideas are being thrown around, MLB super agent Scott Boras says he has a plan.
Let’s play the World Series on Christmas Day.
In Boras’ pitch, the MLB season would play its full 162 games, and the playoffs would go on as usual… Just in December, not October. Here’s more from the LA Times.
[Boras] believes a June start is “well within the vision of what could be,” and said he has submitted proposals to Major League Baseball for a 162-game season that would begin June 1 and a 144-game season that would start July 1.