Hi, Rebecca here! I hope you all are doing well and staying healthy and safe. As you all know, I am a college football writer, however, with college football in the off-season, I wanted to shift gears for a moment and talk about some baseball. Baseball is back under the Arizona and Florida sun, so get ready for a wild season up ahead.
First off, I want to congratulate the Los Angeles Dodgers on a wild World Series win. The last time the Dodgers won the World Series was 32 years ago in 1988. Yes, you heard me right, 32 years. It sure was a long-awaited victory. The Commissioner’s Trophy returned back home to the City of Angels after beating the Tampa Bay Rays 3-1 in Game Six of the World Series. Being an LA native myself, I sure was excited to witness the Dodgers win a World Series. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE LA DODGERS!!!!
Baseball fans around the country have been anxiously waiting to watch there favorite players and teams hit the field. Well, the wait is finally over. Baseball is finally back and I am excited to see the Boys in Blue hit the field after a wild Word Series win. Will they make another appearance in the World Series this year?
Of course, with the COVID-19 pandemic still looming, proper protocols are being taken by players, staff, and fans to ensure a safe environment for all. After all, safety and health come first. Fans can attend ball games this spring, however, like every other sport, Spring Training will have limited attendance. So, if you want to catch your favorite team out on the diamond, be sure to purchase your tickets quickly.
Spring Training will be taking place the entire month of March, with Opening Day slated for Thursday, April 1. To get all spring training and regular season schedules, head on over to mlb.com.
Wishing you all a safe and fun baseball season. Up to the plate next is the long-awaited Opening Day. See you all on April 1!!