Baseball's model legs have cancelled their season. This will mark the first time that organized minor league baseball has missed a season since its inception, has an association in 1901 there. President says minor League franchises rely upon Having fans in the stands is their business does not draw income from television revenues that bankroll the majors. The president of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues. Pat O'Connor says many minor league teams have received federal PPP money. But he says more than half of the 160 teams are in danger of failing without government assistance or private equity injections. George Manzano reporting the Oakland A's are selling cardboard cut outs with fans photos that they will put the seats of the Coliseum this season. Team also plans to mix in images of former players and celebrities alongside the van Cutout cardboard cutouts phrase gains range in price from 49 to $129. The money goes to charity. Or the story's a townhall dot com on Patrick Pause.