The MLB Will Play The Postseason In A Bubble System

The MLB Will Play The Postseason In A Bubble System


The MLB playoffs will take place in a bubble.

According to Ken Rosenthal, the league and the players’ union have reached a deal to play the postseason in a bubble setting. ESPN also confirmed that the MLB will move to a bubble for the playoffs. A handful of stadiums would be in play, and the World Series would be at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas, according to ESPN’s report. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

Major League Baseball and the Players Association reached agreement late last night on a plan for the 2020 postseason, including neutral-site bubbles for the Division Series, League Championship Series and World Series, sources tell The Athletic. Announcement expected today.

— Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) September 15, 2020

Baseball’s bubble plan is set. Now all baseball needs is an agreement on how to integrate families.

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News at ESPN on all the playoff locations, what the hold-ups are and why there is growing confidence that a deal to codify it could be struck next week: https://t.co/hZ2Y4GPAkt pic.twitter.com/cWqDwildFT

— Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) September 12, 2020

This is probably a smart call from the MLB. After all, we’ve

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