When Major League Baseball began its abbreviated season in July, speculation ran rampant about how many trades — if any — would be made by the Aug. 31 deadline.
On Thursday, baseball was finally able to achieve something that for much of the past few months I had doubts would actually happen — actual honest-to-goodness, regular season games were played.
Former Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton recently found a new home following his release several months ago, landing with the New England Patriots on a one-year contract worth up to $7.5 million if incentives are reached.
In less than two weeks, Major League Baseball will begin its season, and the NBA will follow in resuming its season that was suspended in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
During the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, necessary steps are being taken to bring the situation under control as much as possible.
For a number of years, Major League Baseball’s offseason has been a much-anticipated time for fans to see where free agents were going.