I woke up this morning and realized that the major league baseball season could possibly be going south quick after the Miami Marlins had 14 players/coaches test positive for COVID-19. That resulted in the Marlins game being cancelled today and their opponent that they played yesterday the Phililes cancelling their game against the Yankees. But then I was cruising around the internet looking for content to write about and I cam across this video and had to tweet it out:
MLB and Rob Manfred have a crisis on their hand.. meanwhile in Taiwan:
— George Jarjour (@gjarjour) July 27, 2020
Did a bit more look into Taiwanese baseball right now and it seems like fans are back in almost full swing:
The United States has 4.23% of the world's population, but nearly 24.0% of worldwide COVID-19 deaths.
Taiwan has had 451 cases of COVID-19, 438 recoveries and 7 confirmed deaths.
In Taiwan, they're playing baseball. ??
— Paulie Walnuts (@Kayface77) July 12, 2020
All in all this gave me some slight hope. Look, it’s going to be tough stretch here but with proper time we will be back to normal and boy will it be sweet.