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MLB Considers Plan To Start Season In Late June

(Undated)  --  USA Today reports MLB is examining a plan to start the season in late June with games played in each team's home stadium sans fans.  This plan allows for at least 100 regular season games, an expanded playoff format and a realignment to three 10-team divisions based on geography to minimize travel.  Clubs would only play opponents inside their division.  Optimism to start the season is COVID-19 testing becoming more available and a number of states beginning to reopen. The Mariners would be in the West Division.  MLB commissioner Rob Manfred said there are a variety of contingency ideas being considered.

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