Despite the unknown timeline for baseball’s return, the New York Mets still need to plan for how their outfield will look.
Back on Thursday, the saddening truth of baseball’s “postponement” became a reality. The league decided to cancel spring training and delay Opening Day by at least two weeks. A new start date of April 9 may be unrealistic though.
No one knows how long this hiatus will truly last. But if this league-wide suspension is indeed short-lived, the New York Mets could possess a fully healthy and log-jammed outfield for much of the season.