After a recent season disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher David Price is confident that Major League Baseball will come up with a full schedule in 2021.
“Baseball did a good job last year and managed to prevent the escalation of cases,” Price told USA Today. They proved that it could work. I’m sure they’ve learned a lot over the last year and I’m looking forward to seeing what changes they make in the future. ”
The 35-year-old Price opted out of the 2020 season due to the risk of COVID-19. He has yet to play a game with the Dodgers after being acquired from the Boston Red Sox by Mookie Betts in February last year.
“We’ll see what happens next month, but my plan is to be there at the beginning of training camp,” Price said.
The major league baseball camps are scheduled to start on February 17, and the regular season will start on April 1.