CHICAGO (CBS) — Spring training will start on time – that is what Major League Baseball is telling managers – including the Cubs’ David Ross.
Ross said the Cubs have also been told the plan is to play a full 162-game schedule.READ MORE: Illinois License Plate Fees For Some Trailers Jumped 555% Over A Year Ago, And Issue Still Has Not Been Resolved
But with the pandemic still an issue, nothing is set in stone.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Warmup Ahead
“You hear that from the commissioner’s mouth of, you know, we’re going to try to work this thing to 162 and start on time, and I think there’s still a lot of hurdles to go through with that being said, and some of the concerns of different states and things that they have to navigate,” Ross said.
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