We want to watch New York Yankees ace Gerrit Cole face Boston Red Sox slugger J.D. Martinez at Yankee Stadium, not MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred and Players’ union chief Tony Clark arguing behind closed doors.

We’d rather listen to the banging of trash cans at Minute Maid Park in Houston than the eerie silence of major league ballparks across America.

There are 36 million Americans who filed for unemployment the past two months during the coronavirus pandemic.

Do you think they really care who is right or who is wrong as owners and players debate the economics of playing baseball without fans?

The last thing anyone can stomach is listening to billionaires and millionaires arguing over money before they can start the 2020 baseball season.

If the season was unable to start because of COVID-19, with too many players and employees fearful of their safety, it’d be perfectly understandable.

If the season couldn’t start because governmental and health officials refused to open their municipalities, that’s their prerogative.

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