Of course that's depending on there being any season at all: REPORT: MLB Planning On 100-Game Season Beginning July 1 For the sake of discussion, let's assume this to be accurate. I think we'd be looking at a similar schedule to what I posted a couple of weeks back, which was based on 120 games: 40 games against our own division 60 games against the other two divisions in the league 20 interleague games pitting regional divisions The simplest resolution here would be to eliminate the interleague games, the rest remains the same. This would provide a relatively balanced schedule with each team getting the same number of home and away games. Obviously, there were be more games played against teams within our own division.....8 each against them, 6 each against the other divisional teams. Another alternative would be: 56 games against our own division 40 games against the other two divisions in the league 4 interleague games pitting regional divisions Here we bring back 4 interleague games to the mix. My guess is they would try to make it as close to an intercity/interstate rivalry as much as possible, ie Sox-Cubs, Yanks-Mets, etc. Overall, we're looking at a much more imbalanced schedule, emphasizing divisional play. It would mean 14 games each within the division, 4 each against the other two divisions, and 4 against the other league team.