‘Nothing Off Table’ Says MLB Commish About Post-Coronavirus Schedule

MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred answers questions at a press conference during MLB baseball owners meetings, Thursday, Feb. 6, 2020, in Orlando, Fla. (AP Photo/John Raoux)

What’s the plan with the now-postponed MLB season? Will there still be 162 games? Will the playoffs last into November?

Speaking Wednesday to SportsCenter, Rob Manfred admits “nothing’s off the table” post the coronavirus outbreak.

“The one thing I know for sure is baseball will be back,” said the league commissioner, adding, “Whenever it’s safe to play, we’ll be back. Our fans will be back. Our players will be back. And we will be part of the recovery, the healing in this country, from this particular pandemic.”

For now, Manfred remains “optimistic” that “at some point in May, we’ll be gearing back up.”

What do you feel is the best course of action for the baseball season?

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