'Stay healthy. Get weird.' That's the motto suggested for the 2020 Major League Baseball season as teams begin to report to their "summer camp" sites and prepare for the first official workouts after more than three months of stoppage due to the global pandemic. St. Louis Post-Dispatch sports writers Derrick Goold and Ben Frederickson discuss the chances of actually having a baseball season in the face of spiking coronavirus cases and the massive, strict protocols in place for teams to follow, all of which will rely on the discipline of players and anyone affiliated with the team to change habits and commit to the health of others. It's a big undertaking. And it could be a massive celebration of baseball's community and willingness to work together. Also discussed is how weird teams could get -- six-man rotation, quick hooks for veterans, and much more. Plus, Frederickson recommends a promotion and PSA for the Cardinals that should have happened yesterday. The Best Podcast in Baseball, brought to you by Closets by Design, is a production of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, StlToday.com, and Derrick Goold.