No regrets for Cubs' Javy Báez in not reaching extension deal before pandemic

"Obviously, everybody wants to get paid, but we've got to wait for the right time," said Baez, who was in talks with the Cubs until the COVID-19 shutdown. "Both sides are going to see and know what's right for each other. I'm not in a rush. I'm worried right now about getting back on the field and playing regular games and trying to win in this season that is going to be so weird."

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Matt Chapman 'definitely frustrated' by A's training camp delays

A's position players have only been working out since Monday night, and they had to wait a while in the Oakland Coliseum parking lot just to get in the building for the first time. Delayed test results slowed things down and put the A's a bit behind the competition in terms of time to prepare for the 2020 baseball season.With only three weeks, to prepare so every practice is precious. Manager Bob Melvin recalls being anxious over the wait.Star third baseman Matt Chapman was definitely bothered by it, a sentiment he expressed in a Thursday video conference with the press.

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MLB releases 2021 schedule; all 30 teams to open on April 1

Major League Baseball will open the 2021 season on April 1 and hopes to have every team play its first game on the same day for the first time since 1968. MLB intended to start this season on March 26, its earliest opening date ever except for international games. The league also hoped to have all 30 clubs play on the same opening day this season, but that was spoiled when Commissioner Rob Manfred suspended spring training in March.

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