The Milwaukee Brewers could call the Phoenix area home for the first few months of the season under a plan being discussed by Major League Baseball and its players' association.
Under the proposed plan being reported by ESPN, all 30 teams would head to Arizona for a second spring training before opening the regular season sometime in June or July. Teams would have host hotels where they would be quarantined when they weren't playing or training and there would be no fans in the stands. A number of issues still need to be worked out, including where all 30 teams would get there work in, how to schedule games to coincide with Arizona's heat, and the happiness of the players being away from family and friends during the time they were getting ready for the baseball season.
The plans come as NHL commissioner Gary Bettman admitted that completing the regular season may not be possible and the NBA commissioner Adam Silver said no decisions on its season will be made until May.