Heyman: 'Early July remains MLB's target' for 2020 regular season
According to Jon Heyman, Major League Baseball is still targeting early July as their 2020 regular season start date.
Major League Baseball remains interested in a July start period despite several obstacles including a concrete location plan for potential play, overall roster construction with the minor league season unlikely to occur, and the length of the regular season.
Expect a spring training around three to five weeks before any regular games are tentatively scheduled or set.
- Red Sox closing in on deal for Zack Godley July 14th, 2020
- Mets' Jacob deGrom (back) exits intrasquad scrimmage after first inning July 14th, 2020
- Mariners' Yoshihisa Hirano (undisclosed) placed on 10-day injured list July 14th, 2020
- Orioles' Anthony Santander (undisclosed) makes summer debut July 14th, 2020
- Dodgers' A.J. Pollock reports to training camp July 14th, 2020
- Royals' Salvador Perez (COVID-19) activated from 10-day injured list July 14th, 2020
- Cubs' Anthony Rizzo (back) out for Tuesday's intrasquad game July 14th, 2020
- Royals' Kelvin Gutierrez (elbow) out at least 2 weeks July 14th, 2020
- Giants' Brandon Belt (heel) sheds walking boot and takes batting practice July 14th, 2020
- Marlins' Garrett Cooper main option in right July 14th, 2020
- Harold Ramirez in running for Marlins' right field July 14th, 2020
- Robinson Cano (undisclosed) returns to Mets July 14th, 2020