GM's OFFICE: What I did on my Spring 'vacation'

We all had to cope.

It certainly was a Spring unlike any other, as the coronavirus upended our normal March-through-June rhythms of research, drafting and early-season team maintenance.  So as MLB “Summer Camps” open up and we tread cautiously towards a late-July Opening Day, I thought it would be interesting to continue what is turning out to be Staff Roundtable Week, and pose this question to our writers:

What baseball-related activity kept your interest during the shutdown?

Perhaps the lack of actual MLB games introduced or rekindled in us to some sort of activity that could supplement our enjoyment of the ebbs and flows of a “normal” MLB season. 

So I’ll go first. We were about a month into the shutdown, and outside of watching and...


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