The Dodgers are a lock for making the playoffs. The only question at this point seems to be what seed they will be playing as come October(or end of September this year). Much like the rest of 2020 though, the playoffs will be much different this season.
One of the biggest questions at this point seems to be with the concept of the bubble. It’s not yet clear how MLB plans on going forward with allowing guests for players. With the Dodgers set to head to Texas for the postseason, it would seem unfair to not let family members go with them. That’s not really where the problem lies at the moment though.
There is a possibility at this point that Dodgers coaches and staff members may not be allowed to have their families with them this postseason. The players will likely be allowed to have them, but the league has not approved a plan for the coaches. Dave Roberts talked about that possibility and how disappointed he would be if that truly is the plan moving forward.
We’re still trying to get clarity. I’ve heard rumblings that the players can have their families but have the potential option to stay at home if they get approved by the league and the team…