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How I Learned To Stop Worrying & Love Baseball In 2020

by John Watson

Whether it's good, bad, or ugly, or a combination of all of those things, it's baseball. It might not be the baseball we wanted, but it is the baseball that 2020 demands. Happy baseballing, y'all.

What To Expect When You're Expecting Baseball's Return

by John Watson

Whatever it looks like when the season actually starts, there aren't really any winners in this deal. The animus of these negotiations will not be forgotten by either side and the likelihood of a breakdown in future negotiations canít be understated at this point.

Risky Business: On The Possible Return Of Baseball

by John Watson

There's been a lot of talk about baseball "healing the country," from political figures and the commissioner himself. While that's a romantic notion, it's pretty much garbage.

Not Feeling Satisfied: On Boston's Sign Stealing Punishment

by John Watson

Just because there's other, more important things going down, that doesn't mean we should ignore the fact that MLB has basically failed to establish clear standards of accountability when it comes to enforcing its rules.

Grading The 19-20 MLB Offseason: American League Edition

by John Watson

On what else happened in the AL offseason beyond Boston's trade of Mookie Betts, the Astros' sign stealing scandal, and the Yankees signing Gerrit Cole.

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