Randy and Matt join forces to discuss the latest developments on the coronavirus’ impact on MLB. What are the economic ramifications for MLB during the pandemic? Will the amateur draft face a new normal in upcoming years? Will there be minor league baseball this season? The Blog Brothers discuss those topics and ask if there is a major league team worthy of “The Last Dance” treatment.

We are adhering to the shelter in place guidelines of New York State and recording remotely. We will be doing so for as long as the “shelter in place” order remains. We’re talking on Skype so we apologize in advance for any sound quality issues.

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[Introduction]: Matt and Randy discuss their past week living the pandemic life.

[2:45]: Which MLB team could get “The Last Dance” treatment?

[9:30]: MLB gives their teams the green light to furlough employees if necessary starting May 1.

[18:25]: How will the economics crunch impact the way teams approach the draft?

[21:00]: What is the future outlook for the amateur draft?

[30:40]: Will we have a minor league season?

[36:23]: Will teams be forced to sell off parts to help balance lost revenue?

[47:17]: Who are some of the potential buyers to take advantage of the trade market?

[53:15]: Searching for content.

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