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As Fauci explained, he didn't want to get involved in the labor issues between the league and its players. In January, MLB offered a proposal to the union that involved pushing the season back one month and playing 154 games. The union rejected that deal, opting to begin the season on time and play a full slate of games. Because of that, pitchers and catchers will start reporting to camp Feb. 17.

Dr. Anthony Fauci is cautiously optimistic about the prospect of fans returning to the stands for the 2021 MLB season, telling ESPN's Buster Olney there's a "pretty good chance" of it happening if the rate of COVID-19 infections continues to drop.

The length of the season isn't the only issue. Rule changes put into place in order to to facilitate play under pandemic conditions also influenced the numbers and need to be accounted for when comparing 2020 performance to other seasons.Boston Red Sox

"I just saw them all around Instagram, like other players posting them," Giolito said. "I just think it's cool Photoshop work and wanted to have one of my own."Seattle Mariners
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Pavlidis: "In terms of how PECOTA works, yes. It's just a general dampening of the run environment we set things to. But there are surely going to be players impacted differently by this. Really, that's no different than any year there is a ball change, whether we know about it or not."New York Mets

Stiever was a fifth rounder out of Indiana in 2018 and has performed well everywhere in pro ball, with 2019 his breakout from depth arm to prospect. He's more of a performer with solid average traits and feel who fits in the back of a rotation than a dynamic arm, so expect something more like his minor league career when he's in the upper levels this year, and ignore his rough MLB debut. Thompson and Dalquist get lumped together as two overslot prep arms totalling $4.1 million in bonuses in the 2019 draft. Thompson is a bit more dynamic, into the mid-90s with an above-average-flashing fastball-curveball combo and the athleticism to project him to improve and stick in the rotation. Dalquist sits in the low-90s with an average-ish four-pitch mix, but his above-average curveball and command projection are the standout traits to focus on, since we have precious little pro performance on either.

In his second season as manager, Ross has been navigating the challenges and anxieties brought on by the pandemic for almost his entire time at the helm. Major League Baseball closed spring training in March last year and re-opened summer camp in clubs’ home cities. The Cubs made it through last season without any players testing positive for COVID-19.Los Angeles Dodgers
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