The coronavirus postponed the start of the baseball season and shut down nearly everything else, but now Major League Baseball is back for a 60-game sprint of a season. MLB also announced a newly expanded postseason — if it can find a way to complete the regular season first.
Ten teams have seen their games postponed due to COVID-19 outbreaks, starting with the Miami Marlins, and three of the 15 games scheduled for Friday and Saturday have been postponed. It’s still unclear when or how the games will be made up, but MLB is revising its scheduling to accommodate the situation, including a possibility of playing seven-inning doubleheaders.
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The schedule is in flux for multiple teams, but the majority of games remain on track over the weekend. You can’t head to the ballpark and attend a game in person, but there are plenty of ways to watch on TV. Here’s how you can watch the shortened 2020 season without cable.