Commissioner orders players back to the diamond

Major League Baseball is back after Commissioner Rob Manfred used emergency authority to force an agreement between the players and owners to salvage a partial season this year. The regular season will start on July 24th and feature 60 games played over 66 days. To mitigate exposure potential due to travel, each team will play ten games against its four division rivals with the remaining 20 games against the opposing league’s geographic equivalent. For the Brewers, that means games against the St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago Cubs, Cincinnati Reds, and the Pittsburgh Pirates plus American League Central squads like the Minnesota Twins and Chicago White Sox.

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