Daily Duce: NHL and NBA seasons have been suspended due to Coronavirus. What’s next for MLB?


Soak in today’s Blue Jays games, friends. They’re probably going to be the last ones we’ll be able to watch or listen to for a while.

Spring training games in Florida and Arizona are expected to be suspended.
— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) March 12, 2020

As Jon Heyman reports, Major League Baseball is expected to suspend Grapefruit and Cactus League games in Florida and Arizona. With the NBA and NHL suspending their respective leagues, for the time being, the focus for MLB now shifts to Opening Day, which is scheduled for two weeks from now. Camps will remain open for players to stick around and work out, but what happens after that is up in the air.
Honestly, at this point, how can you really guess what’s going to happen? I mean, look at how much can change in two weeks. Two weeks ago the idea of shutting down March Madness or postponing and talking about cancelling the NBA and NHL playoffs wasn’t even a discussion. But here we are. Two weeks from now, when first pitches are scheduled to be thrown on Opening Day, is going to be a …

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Author: Cam Lewis / Blue Jays Nation

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