The MLB World Series 2020 will be played all in the new Texas Rangers stadium! For the pandemic also revolutionized the MLB playoff locations starting at the end of September. The title will be awarded in the new Rangers stadium in Texas.
It's incredible but true: it hasn't happened since 1944
It's incredible but true: it hasn't happened since 1944. the World Series will all be played in the new Texas Rangers diamond in Arlington, Texas. The Division Series, the League finals and precisely the series that will award the 2020 Ring in the season with only 60 games compared to 162 due to the pandemic (45 games already postponed), are about to enter the bubble to minimize exposure to the coronavirus.
This announcement a few days before a very curious fact (below the video): Gabby DiMarco, San Diego Padres fan, was able to celebrate a special moment. The ball went off the pitch and hit the 23-year-old's glass of beer in full.
Delighted, the woman toasted with the whole crowd. Meanwhile, some days ago we talked about the MLB mid-season businesses. Team close the Dodgers domination in NL are the Padres, finally decisive in Machado and Hosmer and in health with the star Tatis Jr, true annual crack; for this reason the most important moves come from their front office.
The big splash takes the name of Mike Clevinger, in arbitration-eligible until free agency 2023, who came from the Indians together with Greg Allen for Hedges (C), Quantrill and Cantillo (P), Naylor (1B / OF), Arias and Miller (SS).
From the Red Sox Moreland, the media leader in the box in this loser Bostonian round, traded with the minor prospects Jeisson Rosario and Hudson Potts, while from the Mariners acquired the relief Taylor Williams and above all the catcher Austin Nola with multiple agreement, in which the farewells of Ty France and the top prospect Trammell.
To the Angels he sent the Reyes reliever for Jason Castro and to the Royals the futuristic Olivares for Trevor Rosenthal in the bullpen. They are not even watching the Blue Jays, sensational in the lineup with the new entry Villar (sold Conine), but lacking in rotation, therefore enriched by three elite pitchers to be rehabilitated: the next free agent Robbie Ray, from Arizona for Travis Bergen, still under team control until 2025, Taijuan Walker and Ross Stripling.
The Mets grab the returning Frazier and Chirinos from Texas (both free at the end of the season) and swap pitchers Castro and left-handed prospect Kevin Smith with Baltimore. The Orioles themselves sell the Rockies Mychal Givens (1.38 ERA, 19K / 13IP) for the Nevin and Vavra interiors plus a third item to choose from.
Arenado and his associates are already taking advantage of the successful inclusion of Kevin Pillar. Chicago Cubs bank is also active, picking up the former first round 2011 Andrew Chafin and Josh Osich at launch; instead in the outfield from Detroit comes Maybin, 33 years old in imminent free agency, in the trade for the Triple A Zach Short, and from the Rays the DH here also first baseman Josè Martinez.