The 2020 MLB season is finally scheduled, and it’s gonna be unlike one we’ve ever seen.
Opening Day is scheduled for July 23-24, the National League will have a designated hitter and all extra-inning games (starting in the 10th inning) will begin with a runner on second base.
Perhaps the biggest change is the divisional realignment to reduce travel length amid the coronavirus. Divisions will be geographically based, meaning the NL Central and AL Central will combine into a 10-team mega grouping.
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