MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL HAS ANNOUNCED THAT THIS SUMMER’S HALL OF FAME CEREMONY IN COOPERSTOWN, NEW YORK IS BEING POSTPONED UNTIL NEXT YEAR….IT MEANS FORMER CARDINAL CATCHER TED SIMMONS, AND FORMER REDBIRD OUTFIELDER LARRY WALKER AND YANKEE GREAT DEREK JETER WILL WAIT TO BE ENSHRINED ON JULY 25TH, 2021..THE HALL OF FAME HAS BEEN CLOSED SINCE MARCH 15TH DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC….THIS WILL BE THE FIRST TIME IN SIXTY YEARS THAT THERE HAS NOT BEEN A HALL OF FAME CEREMONY CONDUCTED…

OF COURSE, BASEBALL FANS ARE WONDERING IF THERE WILL BE MAJOR LEAGUE ACTION, WHEN IT MIGHT START AND WHAT RESTRICTIONS SPECTATORS MIGHT BE UNDER….ROYALS GENERAL MANAGER DAYTON MOORE IS CONFIDENT THAT THE NATIONAL PASTIME WILL JUMP INTO ACTIVITY AT SOME POINT IN TIME…

 

 

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL CONTINUES TO CONSULT WITH NATIONAL HEALTH OFFICIALS AND CONSIDER SEVERAL DIFFERENT SCENARIOS FOR SCHEDULES AND PERHAPS AN EXPANDED POST-SEASON…

 

CARDINAL PLAYOFF BASEBALL FROM 2011 CONTINUES TONIGHT WITH THE SECOND GAME OF THE NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES IN MILWAUKEE AIRING AT 6:15 ON KJEL…