The Milwaukee Brewers were scheduled to open their season Thursday against the Chicago Cubs at Miller Park.
It would have been a day for president of baseball operations David Stearns and field manager Craig Counsell to hunker down and sort out the final decisions before submitting their season-opening roster.
That, of course, won't be happening. Major League Baseball, like all North American sports leagues, put a halt to Spring Training and delayed the start of the regular season until at least mid-May.
There were still two weeks of Spring Training left when things came to a stop and the Brewers, like all teams, still had plenty of questions to be answered.
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Nothing matches Opening Day and the hope it inspires. The fact we won't experience that Thursday at Miller Park is a reminder we all must do our part to control the spread of the virus.
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