- Covers MLB for ESPN.com
- Former deputy editor of Page 2
- Been with ESPN.com since 1995
Most teams in baseball have played right around 60 games. That means we have matched the length of the coronavirus-shortened 2020 season. You remember the 60-game season, right? Started in late July, no fans in the stands, a couple of coronavirus outbreaks on the Miami Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals, the Los Angeles Dodgers rolled in the regular season, rallied against the Atlanta Braves in the playoffs and then beat the Tampa Bay Rays in the World Series as everyone wondered why Kevin Cash removed Blake Snell.
If you have forgotten all of that, we forgive you. Heck, even a Dodgers fan friend of mine refers to their championship as 37.5% of a World Series title. What if were doing that again? I mean, thank goodness that isn’t the situation. If there is anything we have learned, it’s that we treasure our long, beautiful grind of a baseball season, a schedule that tests depth, health, consistency and resiliency. Still, let’s take a pause and see how things would stand if the season were complete:
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