Good morning everyone! While you enjoy some of today’s links, ponder this question for yourself...
Propose a rule change in your favorite sport— Twitter Sports (@TwitterSports) April 20, 2020
Anyway, here’s everything you need to know today.
In Mariners news...
- Corey Brock and Dennis Lin at The Athletic narrate the 2022 World Series between the Mariners and Padres as told by Out of the Park Baseball. ($)
- Connor Byrne at MLB Trade Rumors remembers the 2012 offseason trade between the Yankees and Mariners, which sent Jesús Montero to Seattle.
Around the league...
- The big story that came out yesterday...
MLB and MiLB negotiators are expected to reconvene on a conference call tomorrow.— Baseball America (@BaseballAmerica) April 21, 2020
MiLB will indicate that they agree to a reduction 120 affiliated teams in a new PBA.
Big news, via @jjcoop36: https://t.co/cYVWMWE9ci
- Tim Kurkjian at ESPN remembers the wild career of Brady Anderson.
- In case you needed a reason to watch...
South Korea's KBO will open the regular season on May 5, with no fans in attendance.— Joe Veyera (@JoeVeyera) April 21, 2020
Dae-ho Lee plays for the Lotte Giants, if you're looking for a team to support. https://t.co/zyrlQhxGFC
- Craig Edwards at Fangraphs takes a look at what teams’ salary commitments are for the 2021 season. The Mariners seem to have a lot of available money for that.
- Hannah Keyser at Yahoo! Sports tells the story of the greatest pitching performance in Mets history.
- Despite the best efforts of players and teams around the country, not all stadium employees are able to make ends meet during these times. John Barr at ESPN tells their stories.