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2020 Schedule
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Report: Marlins to allow players access for workouts

The Miami Marlins will allow players on their 40-man roster access to their spring training complex to pitch off a mound or hit in batting cages beginning Tuesday, a person familiar with the decision told The Associated Press.

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12d

Reports: Marlins will furlough some employees

The Miami Marlins will temporarily furlough 90 to 100 baseball operations employees beginning June 1 because of the coronavirus pandemic, a person familiar with the decision said Wednesday.

13d

BBTN: Dan Shulman on calling Bartman, Freese, Bautista bat flip games

Dan Shulman talks to Buster about calling play-by-play for big baseball moments. The guys discuss the air being sucked out of Wrigley in the Bartman game, calling Sunday Night Baseball when Osama Bin Laden was killed, David Freese's heroic World Series game six, the good and the bad of the Jose Bautista bat flip game, and being stuck in an elevator when Joe Carter won the World Series (17:57). Plus, ESPN Chicago's Jesse Rogers on the players' reaction the MLB's proposed plan to play, and the current animosity between players and owners as this is sorted out (2:20).

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15dKiley McDaniel

Kiley McDaniel's 2020 MLB Mock Draft 1.0

Picking first overall, will the Tigers reach beyond Arizona State slugger Spencer Torkelson to snag pitcher Asa Lacy from Texas A&M?

18d

BBTN: Former Big League Manager Jim Leyland On Memories Of Miggy, Bonds And Verlander

Former big league manager Jim Leyland looks back on his memories of a young Miguel Cabrera, what it was like meeting the likes of Barry Bonds and Justin Verlander for the first time, and his long-standing relationship with the late Al Kaline (8:55). Plus, ESPN's Marly Rivera on the latest in negotiations between the MLBPA and the owners. Tim Kurkjian also gives his Daily Baseball Fix (33:04).

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23dBuster Olney

Olney: Biggest 2021 decisions for all 30 MLB teams

With baseball's financial landscape changed, and its season on hold, every franchise has unique but critical choices to make this winter -- particularly when it comes to superstar free agents like Mookie Betts.

26d

ESPN Daily: A Baseball Card Mystery For The Ages

Collecting baseball cards is a cherished pastime. ESPN baseball writer Sam Miller first got hooked on the game by studying the backs of cards growing up. And when he learned about a Don Mattingly card with a curious factoid on Mattingly's alleged birth year, Miller began a quest to uncover the truth. When was the former Yankees star first baseman born? And did this one baseball card have the inside scoop, or a crucial error? Miller tells us how he solved the mystery of Mattingly's real birth date.

What the financial structure looks like for MLB's return (0:53)
20d
What is Mattingly's take on a four-man OF? (2:10)
31d
Mattingly compares Jeter to Jordan (0:57)
3d
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35dJoon Lee

Marlins' Mattingly sees a lot of Jordan in Jeter

As the images of Michael Jordan's early career flashed on the screen Sunday night in ESPN's new docuseries, Miami manager Don Mattingly couldn't help but be reminded of Derek Jeter and his rise to stardom as a Yankee.

Mattingly weighs in on Jeter forgoing salary during pandemic (1:00)
31d
48d

ESPN Daily: MLB's Plan To Play In May

Sources tell ESPN Senior MLB Insider Jeff Passan that Major League Baseball has a plan to resume in May, gathering all teams and isolating them in Arizona to minimize coronavirus risk. Hear the story of how that might work, and who's on board. Then, a firsthand look at how baseball has returned to South Korea. Scrimmages there are leading up to preseason games slated for later this month. Jeff Passan talks to pitcher Dan Straily, formerly of MLB, now of the Korean Baseball Organization's Lotte Giants, to detail the precautions his team is taking to keep their season on track amidst the pandemic.

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49dJeff Passan

Sources: MLB, players eye May return in Arizona

Major League Baseball and its players are increasingly focused on a plan that could allow them to start the season as early as May in greater Phoenix and has the support of high-ranking federal public health officials, sources told ESPN.

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Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average4.7420th
Quality Starts6010th
WHIP1.3518th
BAA.2459th
Runs61529th
Batting Average.24125th
On Base Percentage.29829th
Slugging Percentage.37530th