Take me out to the ballgame! Not this year! Coronavirus=Pain, Sickness and Payday Debt!

No Baseball and 7th inning stretch this year. If you read the news you’ll know that the players and owners have been bickering about how much, and who gets what. Unfortunately, it looks more and more like the decision is being taken out of their hands. It looks like the coronavirus has taken control of the decision-making process and regardless of what kind of financial decisions both sides would come to at this point, there’s probably going to be nowhere to play. Initially Florida and Arizona we’re going to be the sites for the teams that wanted to go back to their spring training facility for a short time to become game ready. Everyday It becomes more evident that Florida and Arizona will be out of the picture. We all know there’s been a big spike in both States. So training stadiums are out. At this particular time, major league stadiums look like they’re out of the running too. That would be either for training or for actual games. The problem is the Coronavirus. Neither the owners nor the players union has brought this up but there’s no isolating from this sickness. Their safety protocols won’t work. Even with empty stands given the close confines of locker rooms, it only takes one guy to get it. Truth be told, it’s probably not worth it to the players. Young men with young families risking their lives for the money that they can make next year instead. The problem with regular-season stadiums is the states in which many teams play. Texas has two major league teams and the state spiking big time. The Houston Astros, and the Texas Rangers. There’s no place that would probably be considered safe enough for them to train or to play. California. The Los Angeles Angels, the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Oakland Athletics, the San Diego Padres, and the San Francisco Giants. The way baseball planned on dividing up the teams into new divisions for this year there’s no place for many of these teams to play their home games. In addition in Florida, you have the Marlins, and Arizona has the Diamondbacks. Again, two more spiking states that would be dangerous to the young men who play. Baseball is at a crossroads. It doesn’t look like they’re going to make it this year regardless of all the rhetoric that comes out of the MLB main office. Right now you’re not hearing anything from the NBA or the NHL. I’m sure they want to finish their seasons and at least get the playoffs in. They’re going to have the same problems as baseball. Regarding football, I’ve always thought that being a lineman puts them about three inches away from kissing their opponent. These guys line up head to head and they’re breathing heavily because they’re working hard. There’s no way shape or form these people can play football and not infect each other. All four leagues are talking about sequestering the players. There’s only so much sequestering you can do with a bunch of young and independent people. There are just too many people we all come into contact with every day and it only takes one to start the storm. And there goes, take me out to all the ball games until next February when spring training begins again, hopefully. My opinion, but if you read through this blog you’ll see quite a few things that I have predicted. When it comes to baseball I really hope I’m wrong. I miss it. My MLB TV subscription has been paid for since January!

 

Pain, yes there’s Pain still floating around out there in the air and nobody can see it but they sure feel it when they get sick. It’s easy to use the expression,” the cases are spiking in (fill in the state). Let us not forget that they are spiking with real people getting sick and going through some of the horrible things that many do when they catch this thing. I’m a senior citizen and I’ve lived many years yet I’ve never seen a sickness that doctors and scientists don’t completely understand and that has so many different symptoms that could cause so much grief. I don’t think I fear it because I live my life, but I certainly have a healthy respect for it, and unlike our President, I always wear a mask.

 

Now, let’s talk about financial pain. I don’t believe it’s going to be as bad as the first wave. I believe epidemiologists have a handle on this and have a plan to mitigate both sickness and business closure. In the beginning, they talked about rolling closures. I think we’re going to be living that way for a while now. Rolling closures for simply closing hot spots for a short time until the virus lets up in any one of those particular areas. The country will not be shut down again. The economy can’t afford to take another hit and bounce back. There are so many things going on here at once. Kind of scary. Every day is a new chapter in our new lives. You’re reading this article for a reason. You’ve come to our site because you’re having problems paying your bills. In this case, I’m directly referring to Payday loans because this is a payday loan consolidation site. I can tell you that you’ve come to the right place and you’re considering the absolute best company out there! What gives me the right to say that. Payday loan consolidation is an art. It involves longevity and respect for the company you choose to do business with. Respect is earned with the longevity component. 23 years in business says we do one heck of a job and in addition, our A+ rating with the better business bureau says it all. We have the respect of your creditors. When we electronically inform your payday loan lender that you’re working with us, the powers that be within those companies feel confident that in most cases they’re going to get paid. We have a track record with all of these lenders developed over the decades. When you’ve been in business for over two decades you command the respect of the companies you do business with. That’s just the way it works. When choosing a payday loan consolidation company you look for that longevity and you look for that BBB rating. Both of those things say a lot. In most cases, we can help you reduce your interest rates from anywhere between two hundred and 700% annually down to 0%. That’s saved you a ton of money and just as importantly get you out of debt in a shorter amount of time then you could do so yourself. Payday loan consolidation is real and it works. It just depends on who you choose to do yours. You are here. Fill out our form and hit submit or simply give us a call during business hours. We can help you. We treat our clients like family and we care.