Mets icon and current SNY analyst Ron Darling talks with Post columnist Steve Serby about baseball’s potential return from the pandemic and what it might look like:
Q: Do you believe baseball can pull this off and give us a season?
A: Put all the sports in there. I think it’s very difficult. Baseball is unique, that it’s every single day. It’s different from some of the other sports, of course. Can they pull it off? Yes. Do I think they’re gonna pull it off? Absolutely. Do I think it’s the right idea? Not sure about that. But if you had to ask me: Are they gonna find a way to get the games and play these games? I would say I think they’re gonna do it.
Q: If you were a player today, what would be your biggest source of apprehension and concern?
A: I think you gotta look at it two different ways. I was single for the first four, five years of my career. So I would look at it a lot different. I think I would just think that, “OK, I don’t have a family, I’ll just make sure I stay away from family, and I will just quarantine myself” — the ballpark, apartments, house, whatever it is, and that’s it. Stay in, not go out … just what I’m doing right…