There are rumors, ideas, and hopes, but one thing is for certain: None of us truly knows when the MLB season will begin.
As such, fantasy baseball players are left wondering how to maneuver their drafts ahead of a potential season that could look and work drastically different from previous ones.
One idea that has gained traction is MLB teams potentially playing in neutral locations, as opposed to their regular home stadiums.
Vlad wants to see how potential venue changes could affect teams who play in extreme pitcher-or-hitter parks, and even more so, players with extreme home/road splits, like the Rockies’ Trevor Story. Story is a consensus first-round pick, thanks in no small part to the benefits of Coors.
But if he won’t be playing there regularly in 2020, does he still belong in the first round? Check out the video above for full analysis.