David Freese will be taking part in several events for the St. Louis Cardinals next year.
Frees, the star of the 2011 World Series win by the Cardinals, ended his career with the Los Angeles Dodgers after last season.
If COVID-19 can be counteracted, Freese will be taking part in several events as a Cardinals legend.
A fantasy camp is scheduled for January.
Freese played for the Cardinals from 2009-2013, and lives in Austin, Texas, with his wife and 2 1/2 year old son.
Major League Baseball is claiming that teams will lose a combined 4 billion dollars if players don’t make further concession in reducing their pay.
Players agreed back in March to pro-rate their salaries based on the number of games played, however owners now claim without fans, revenues won’t be sufficient enough to pay even those reduced rates, and instead want to base salaries on a 50/50 split of revenues, a proposal the players union has roundly rejected.
According to the owners’ figures, the Kansas City Royals would be projected to have 113 million dollars in local losses.
If the 2 sides can’t come to an agreement the major league baseball season might not be played this season.