There will be baseball and they will play a full season.
Major League owners and players reached an agreement on a new collective bargaining agreement.
Once ratified, the season will start April 7th. Increased minimum salaries are expected to be part of the new CBA that will be in place for five years.
Other changes agreed to include a universal designated hitter and a Draft lottery.
More than 200 players who remain free agents, such as stars Kris Bryant, Freddie Freeman and Carlos Correa, will be able to sign new contracts once the CBA is finalized.
If there are no changes to the schedule, the Red Sox will open the season in New York with a three game series against the Yankees and then move onto Detroit.
There first home games would be against Minnesota on April 15th.
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