Major League Baseball on Saturday sent out a 67-page memo to teams detailing safety and testing protocols as they look to have regular-season games by the start of July.
The memo said whatever Spring Training looks like, it will be limited to 50 players per team. There will be socially-distanced lockers, regular testing, and no high-fives, fist bumps, or hugs.
The plan seems a bit ambitious calling for a return to team facilities next month. The players and owners also still have to agree on revenue sharing in a shortened season.
Meanwhile, players across all levels of the minors are hoping they have baseball this summer too.
That includes those guys grinding in the Independent Leagues who certainly aren’t making the big money like their major league counterparts.
Minor Leaguers are currently struggling to figure out what the next month, two months or even six months will look like.