On the debut episode of The Northside Show Austin Bloomberg and Daniel Shepard analyze the Cubs roster for the shortened 2020 season.
Even with a grain of salt, it’s encouraging that MLB owners and the MLBPA are nearing a service time resolution for the 2020 season.
“Ray Durham smoked a line-drive to the left-side past the diving Willie Greene. The ball danced down the left-field line as Hawk Harrelson’s signature call cued-up the celebratory fireworks. Fireworks that I often listened to from my childhood bedroom, including on that night.”
James Fox joins the show to discuss an array of topics regarding the impact that COVID-19 has had on the 2020 MLB season.
Despite Major League Baseball’s “Interim Stipend,” they’re not doing right by the future of their game, especially in a grave time of need.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted all of us considerably. In the world of sports minor league players are especially vulnerable, yet the public continues to rally to ease their burden.
There’s still a figurative light at the end of the tunnel for the 2020 Chicago White Sox season, but it’ll have to be a compromise.
Welcome to the show, how COVID-19 has impacted baseball and our lives, and what a shortened 2020 season might look like.
The Cubs may have constructed their bullpen on a budget, but the versatility, depth, and upside of the arms assembled could surprise many in 2020.
Despite the time at Camelback Ranch being cut short, there were a handful of things that we learned about the 2020 White Sox this spring.