Celebrating an Absent Championship

If MLB’s current regime for the 2020 season remains unchanged, the World Series winner this year will have not played a single game before a live audience. What will the lack of fans do to the tangibility (perhaps legitimacy is a better word) of this season?

For the World Series winner, presumably there will be no victory parade, perhaps not any kind of ceremony that’s open to the public.
Published in: Uncategorized on August 20, 2020 at 1:06 pm  Comments (1)  

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  1. Interesting point, no victory parade with actual people, and the important intangible of playing before a crowd. In the end, my opinion is that one team wolverine supreme over all the others, and for that they should be celebrated during this year of adversity. This whole spectacle must be mentally draining upon the players, having to go through the testing ad infinitum, & not having enough reps to prepare for the season, apparently, beaides being separated from family and friends, few off days.


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