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On March 30th, 2023, the MLB opened its 147th season with a slate of 15 separate games for the fans to enjoy. Along with the brand new season came brand new rules, and this MLB season should leave fans amazed at how it will play out.
by Drew Caraway
On March 30th, 2023, the MLB opened its 147th season with a slate of 15 separate games for the fans to enjoy. Along with the brand new season came brand new rules, such as bigger bases, a timer, and even removing the shift. This MLB season should leave fans amazed at how the season will play out.
MLB Opening Day is the very first day of the regular season. Same with Opening Week. The regular season lasts 162 games, with the possibility of 163 based on the team's division standings. The MLB Playoffs start in early October and end in early to mid November.
MLB Opening Day Games
What are the New Rule Changes?
The MLB introduced brand new rule changes in 2023 after testing them in the minor leagues in 2022. The new rule changes are a pitch clock, bigger bases, and banning the beloved shift.
MLB World Series Odds
The 2022 World Series featured the Philadelphia Phillies out of the NL and the Houston Astros out of the AL. Powered by AL Cy Young Winner, Justin Verlander, and the explosive lineup, the Houston Astros were able to defeat the Philadelphia Phillies 4-2 in the series.
This season, the Astros are the favorites to repeat the covenant title, being tied with only the New York Yankees and New York Mets at +600. The Los Angeles Dodgers and Atlanta Braves are creeping right behind at +700 and +900 (via FoxSports).
With all the improving teams, rule changes, and major intensity between teams, this season should be one of the best. There should be no worry for Rob Manfred about his job status. Now, fans get to watch 6 months of uninterrupted baseball, awaiting the winners of the beloved World Series trophy.
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