It’s tiiiiiime for Dodger baseball! Well, we’re getting there anyway. And after the MLBPA announced on Tuesday that the players agreed to return to spring training by July 1, an overwhelming joy swept over the fan base.
Of course, that joy isn’t limited to the fans. In fact, Dodgers utility banana Enrique Hernandez showed his excitement on Twitter with a little help from Max Muncy.
— Enrique Hernández (@kikehndez) June 24, 2020
Moreover, Kiké helps us all get a feel for what baseball games will sound like in 2020. Yes, thanks to the pandemic, fans will not be in the seats at Dodger Stadium to start the season. More than likely, fans might not step foot into the newly renovated downtown LA institution this year.
As much as that is a gut punch to deal with for most, at least this reimagined 2020 season will come with some never before heard sounds at the ballpark as a consolation. And Hernandez helped give us the sneak peek.
So what do you expect to hear aside from the crack of the bat? How many F-bombs will Walker Buehler get by the censors? Will the mic stay on when there’s a heated argument with an umpire over balls and strikes? We’ll learn a lot over the next few weeks, so instead of being sad about not seeing a ball game in person, why not try and see the positive in these never before heard sounds of Dodger Stadium?