Major League Baseball is set to return, and players will head to training camps in a week after the league and the union agreed yesterday (Tuesday) on health and safety protocols.
Opening day will be held either July 23 or July 24.
The league has implemented a 60 game season that will run through September 27, and will have the same 10-team playoff structure it has used for almost a decade.
Some changes include the National League using a designated hitter, in extra innings, teams will begin with a runner on second base.
And there will be a special COVID-19 injured list with no minimum or maximum length of time spent on it.
Players will be tested every other day, even if they are asymptomatic.
The FBI has determined that NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace was not the victim of a hate crime and that a pull rope fashioned like a noose had been on a garage door at Talladega Superspeedway since October 2019.
In a statement yesterday (Tuesday) Wallace said while angered at those saying it was all a hoax and NASCAR overreacted, he believes NASCAR did nothing wrong in its handling of the situation when his team alerted what it found.