Are you moping around feeling like your life isn’t complete? We get it.

We miss baseball too…

But something has happened over the last couple of months that has offered some hope to baseball fans. And while those of us who love nothing more than checking out a new major league ballpark could easily get down in the dumps feeling like all is lost for 2020. One thing we have noticed in talking to other people who are less focused on baseball 24/7 than we are is that there’s this belief that there is no baseball this year. Right now, more than ever, people are looking for things to do and they’re sad they can’t go support their favorite team, whether that be an afternoon in the bleachers at Wrigley Field, tailgating at Miller Park, or being able to enjoy the food at a Sox game.

And while yes, there is no major league baseball yet, there is still plenty of baseball to be seen around the country. One of the things we wanted to do with is create a “COVID" map so that fans of baseball, or just anybody who’s looking for something fun to do over the summer, can utilize this resource to find a team that may not be too far away. A pandemic has definitely made things difficult on the sport, and some leagues have completely suspended play for the season.

It’s also important to know that many teams have shown creativity, such as creating multiple franchises for one city, borrowing resources from other teams in their league, and just getting games back on with limited fans to fit social distancing requirements. If you want to see our map, throughout the season we will be adding teams who are actively playing and joining the party. Hopefully, MLB can be added to this map soon, but in the meantime there are at least eight leagues with teams playing and if you want to check them out click the pin and head to the website for more ticket, merchandise, and safety information.

Check out the COVID-19 map here: