If Major League Baseball and the players association can successfully hammer out plans for a half-season, teams would need to come together for Spring Training II.

The question is: Where?

Will teams return to their spring training sites in Florida and Arizona or simply hold camps in their regular home ballparks?

It is likely that the Phillies will train in Philadelphia, according to multiple sources. Nothing is certain because there are still many big-picture details to work out, but that is the plan being discussed.

MLB, provided it reaches agreement with the union on safety and salary matters, and receives approval from government and health officials, would like to start the season in early July. The general consensus is that players would need three weeks to get ready. That means camps would open in the neighborhood of June 10-15.

Could the Phillies pull off a spring training camp at Citizens Bank Park?