David Richard-USA TODAY Sports Rony Garcia and Jose Cisnero combined to allow all five runs in the decisive eighth inning. Like many of our friends throughout the SB Nation network, we are simulating the 2020 MLB season with MLB The Show 20.
David Dermer-USA TODAY Sports The Tigers’ shutout streak continued in our 2020 sim. Like many of our friends throughout the SB Nation network, we are simulating the 2020 MLB season with MLB The Show 20.
Justin Verlander and wife Kate Upton, along with toddler daughter Genevieve, hunkered down on the couch Thursday for some television, and the Houston Astros ace shared on social media how he felt completely entitled to commandeer the remote control.
David Richard-USA TODAY Sports We’re simulating the 2020 season, and it’s off to a much better start than expected. Like many of our friends throughout the SB Nation network, we are simulating the 2020 MLB season with MLB The Show 20.
Photo by Louis Reqeuna/MLB via Getty Images With the infield and the outfield now covered, it’s time to turn our attention to the pitching staff. On what would have been opening day for Major League Baseball we are instead left with re-broadcasts of old games, March Madness-style best-of brackets and fantasy drafts.
Photo by Mark Cunningham/MLB Photos via Getty Images The first four of thirty-two contenders, are you ready? When we started out with the idea for this challenge, the assumption was that 16 players would be more than enough to do a suitable bracket.
Photo by Andrew D. Bernstein/Getty Images While the MLB season continues to be postponed there have been much to keep fans occupied on social media. The official Detroit Tigers Twitter account posted a fun game on Friday where fans are given an allotment of $16 with which they have to spend on various retired former infielders.
Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images In addition, they have made plans to assist their minor league players. On Tuesday it was announced that all 30 MLB teams would be contributing at least $1 million each to a fund in support of out-of-work gameday staff.
Photo by Mark Cunningham/MLB Photos via Getty Images Another round of cuts from major league camp sees the final roster taking shape. We’re now just over two weeks from the start of the Major League Baseball season.
It's not a fun time to be a Tigers fan right now. Or for the next couple years. Editor's note: Welcome to SI's MLB preview. Click here to view every team's outlook in 2020, including predictions, projections and, yes, a preview of the 2030 preview.