It has been a devastating 2020 calendar year for Minor League Baseball. The season was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With this cancellation came the loss of jobs throughout the minors — players themselves included.
Sadly, this is going to be taken to a whole new level once Minor League Baseball’s current agreement with MLB ends on Sept. 30. It’s a power play from those in the bigs, embattled commissioner Rob Manfred included.
According to ESPN, there’s going to be some drastic changes when the above-mentioned current agreement between the two leagues ends later this month.