Logan Morrison is heading into his 11th MLB season with his sixth club, but this is going to be a season unlike any other season.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, MLB and the MLBPA agreed to a 60-game season with games played in empty ballparks. While Morrison and other players might have to get used to playing an extremely short season by baseball’s standards, Morrison won’t have to get used to playing in front of empty stadiums.
LoMo played four total seasons with the Marlins, two while they were in Florida and two after they relocated to Miami, and also spent two years with the Tampa Bay Rays, so if there’s someone used to playing in empty stadiums it’s the Milwaukee Brewers utility man.
Yearly attendance numbers prove that Morrison isn’t exactly lying, even if he was just joking around and having a little bit of fun.