Go back in time and ask anyone and nobody would believe you.  Opening day for Major League Baseball 2020 is this Thursday, July 23, and no fans are invited.  If you could only go back in time and make a few wagers about the impossible things that happened this year, you’d be rolling in dough.  If you’re like me, you’ve been getting your baseball fix via ESPN’s coverage of social-distance baseball with the Korean Baseball Organization aka KBO professional games.  An abundance of outfield hitting and less homeruns make the game more exciting than you might think.  I’ve gotten to love cheering on the Doosan Bears, which have had a great season, despite quiet bleachers.  Will the salary season pay cut be reflected in the excitement on the field in the U.S.?  Maybe it’s just time to swap out the commentators, but until that happens we have 60 games for your favorite teams to engage in thanks to the pandemic (or thanks to the federal government failure to adequately address the virus, to be more accurate).  That also means subscribers to T-Mobile have the opportunity to get free MLB.tv and watch this season from home.  Plus subscribers to another phone provider can get MLB.tv this year for the first time.

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