None of us have any idea when sports are going to start up again, but there's a nearly-unlimited amount of time for conjecture, so let's have at it. Speaking with Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times, MLB super agent Scott Boras says that he has given MLB two proposals for schedules: one involving a 162-game season starting June 1st and another with a 144-game season starting on July 1st. Both these proposals involve the MLB playoffs running from December 3-26.
“We have it all mapped out,” Boras told the LA Times. “It’s workable. We’ve done climate studies, and in Southern California, the average temperature in December is 67 degrees, which is better than late March and early April in most cities. We have 11 stadiums we could play postseason games in. I’m gonna get my neutral-site World Series after all.”
The 11 stadiums referenced include eight domed venues and the three in Southern California. Boras has advocated for neutral site World Series games for some time.