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MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred went on SportsCenter and spoke with host Scott Van Pelt about a litany of topics related to potential paths his league can take for the 2020 season in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Manfred stated that his goal was to have a season with a "credible amount of games" that would provide the "best possible entertainment product" for fans. The number of games, Manfred said, was obviously dependent on current public health concerns and whether they improve enough to safely stage games.
Van Pelt then asked if Manfred had a number of games in mind, throwing out 100 as an example.