Two weeks, two installments of The Payoff Pitch! It seems Major League Baseball and the Players Union got their heads out of their own posteriors long enough to reach an agreement on a 60 game season to be played in 66 days beginning July 23/24. And while excitement for the first live American team sports since March abounds, the future of the game of baseball, with a new Collective Bargaining Agreement on the horizon, is cloudier than ever.
I delve into the details of the new season, while also looking at the gloom-and-doom that will inevitably be the 2021/22 offseason. Plus, a look at some Hall of Famers that are, and some that never were. Why is Derek Jeter treated like Babe Ruth when he’s nothing more than Paul Molitor?
Just hit play and find out on The Payoff Pitch.