Giants catcher Buster Posey said "there's still some reservation on my end" about playing this season and he wants to see how things progress after a new surge in coronavirus cases before making a final decision.
Photo by Jennifer Stewart/Getty Images And how do they impact the fans? Ahhh, baseball. That one sport steeped in tradition, that rarely changes other than a small tweak here and there by people who don’t actually watch the sport but want to flex their authority.
Photo by Greg Thompson/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images The NC State catcher signed for roughly $400,000 under slot. The San Francisco Giants have reportedly signed their first-round pick in the 2020 MLB Draft, North Carolina State catcher Patrick Bailey.
Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images San Francisco is starting with just 51 names on the 60-player roster. In the last year and a half the San Francisco Giants have proven time and again that they’re not going to do things conventionally.
Photo by Norm Hall/Getty Images It’s time for the Giants to submit their 60-player pool. Hello and happy Sunday. I hope it’s a wonderful day for you. Today is the day that the San Francisco Giants must submit their 60-player pool ahead of the 60-game 2020 MLB season.
The minor league season is not going to be played, which marks a significant lost opportunity for player development. Some teams have even planned to cut pay for their minor league players until changing their minds.
Major League Baseball recently sent a 67-page health and safety proposal to players as part of the league’s ongoing initiative to begin an abbreviated season, and many believe adhering to some of the potential new restrictions will be extremely difficult.