What 2020 MLB Rule Change Does Buster Olney Want To Stay [AUDIO]
ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney joins Levack and Goz every Thursday thanks to Roland J Down Service Experts. With the World Series tied 1 - 1 we recap and look forward as we break down the matchup between the Tampa Bay Rays and Los Angeles Dodgers. Plus how does Buster feel about MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred saying he'd like to keep some of the changes instituted in the 2020 COVID-19 MLB season?
When it comes to the changes that could be in place long after the 2020 season it seems as though Buster feels like all of the changes are on the table and could stay. He was most confident about the universal designated hitter. Since we spoke to Buster news has come out that the universal DH won't be in place for the 2021 season but I agree with Buster that it will be the future. I hate starting extra innings with a runner on second base but it sounds like I might be in the minority. Extended playoffs are still in play and finally seven inning double headers is also pretty popular in the MLB offices.
Buster also helped us make sense of the fake that NYC Mayor Bill deBlasio can shoot down Billionaire Steve Cohen buying the New York Mets. Listen to Buster's full interview below.
Does Buster think this will be the Yankees starting rotation next season?