Longtime MLB agent Scott Boras offered his insight about what Major League Baseball could do to keep a 162-game season, despite the coronavirus pandemic delaying Opening Day.
In his suggested scenario, the MLB season would either start on June 1 or July 1. Boras’ June 1 proposal would involve playing all 162 games, but if the season started July 1, he would trim it down to a 144-game season.
In both of his scenarios, the MLB postseason would take place in December, with the final game scheduled for Dec. 26. If Major League Baseball happened to go through with this idea, fans could get baseball on Christmas Day if the World Series was to go six games.
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