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2020 Schedule
0-0, 1st in AL East
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BBTN: Buster talks to Kyle Peterson and Sarah Langs about the changes to the MLB Draft

Kyle Peterson joins Buster to discuss the major changes to the MLB Draft including the hard decisions college baseball players and coaches have to make in this time of uncertainty, the $20,000 cap on signing bonuses for undrafted players, teams that might look to save money by dumping players and what Kyle would do to help increase interest in baseball (1:40). Later, Sarah Langs hops on to talk about which players might've never made the big leagues under the new draft format and how players on short-term deals are likely to be hurt the most by teams looking to cut payroll (28:20).

Top 10 Routine Plays: Celebrating the normal (4:25)
2d
Boone expresses disappointment with postponed opening day (2:25)
4d
AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogas
4d

Larry Hardesty

Larry Hardesty reacts to the top news of the day including Rob Manfred's statement on SportsCenter about the potential start of baseball and more.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

One of the many options discussed behind the scenes with MLB managers is the possibility of playing spring training games in home cities, and facing off against teams in close geographical proximity.

4d

BBTN: Aaron Boone on his playing days with the Yankees

Aaron Boone talks to Buster about his playing days with the Yankees, playing along Derek Jeter, dropping into the middle of the Yankees-Red Sox rivalry, his walk-off home run against the Boston in game 7 of the 2003 ALCS and if he thinks he'd have the job managing the Yankees if he didn't hit that home run (2:03).

William Weinbaum ESPN 

From Lindsay Berra on what would have been MLB's opening day: "Grampa Yogi said, ‘A home opener is always exciting, no matter if it's home or on the road.' Or, in this case, in YOUR home. Baseball may be on hold, but it's always in our hearts. And that's a beautiful thing."

Could a 32-game schedule be MLB's best solution? (3:13)
4d
Phil Niekro has emotional moment after his 300th win (0:51)
4d
An ode to the 2020 MLB season (1:51)
5d

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Aaron Boone addresses the creativity teams may need to play as many MLB games as possible this season: “If you're getting into potentially playing games in November, then comes in play a neutral site situation. There's probably some interesting, creative ways to potentially do that. Talk of doubleheaders... If you go that route, do you do it the minor-league way where you're doing 7-inning doubleheaders? It's probably an opportunity to try things you wouldn't try in a normal 162-game setting."

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Aaron Boone: “Our job when we come back ultimately is going to be bigger than the game and all of us. As we've seen throughout time, sports can play a role in the healing, a diversion, a distraction, a sense of normalcy. So we'll be eager to hopefully go out and do our part, and in our case, the focus will always remain the same of trying to be the best we can be and trying to go out and win another championship for organization.”

Anniversary of Gooden's retirement reminds Kurkjian of funny Clemens story (0:48)
6d
All of Aaron Judge's 500-plus-foot homers at the 2017 HR Derby (0:50)
6d
Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images
7d

Stanton (calf) 'ready to go,' Yanks' Boone says

Working his way back from a Grade 1 right calf strain, Yankees slugger Giancarlo Stanton is 'doing great' during baseball's suspension, New York manager Aaron Boone said.

7d

BBTN: Dave Roberts on his series-changing stolen base for Boston in the '04 ALCS

Dave Roberts stole second base in game four of the 2004 ALCS, sparking an 0-3 comeback by the Red Sox. Buster talks to Roberts about being traded to Boston midseason, the stolen base that turned the series around, why David Ortiz was so clutch and what Derek Jeter told him about the play years later (2:11). Plus, Sarah Langs on the biggest stolen bases in baseball history and Buster reads a text from Theo Epstein about the trade for Roberts (39:38).

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs9431st
Batting Average.2674th
On Base Percentage.3394th
Slugging Percentage.4903rd
Earned Run Average4.3114th
Quality Starts53Tied-15th
WHIP1.3013th
BAA.24811th