Major League Baseball is finally underway in America after games restarted last Friday.
Regarded as the U.S. national pastime, games are now being played but at this stage crowds are not allowed.
Normally teams play 162 games in a season but this year the 30 MLB clubs will instead play a 60 game season.
In an effort to speed up play and prevent overtaxing pitchers, extra-inning play will begin with a runner on second base.
Major League Baseball teams will fly across the country and play in their own stadiums.
Further changes include the banning of spitting or licking fingers – which includes saliva, sunflower seeds, peanut shells and tobacco, is prohibited at all times in club facilities and on the field.
MLB has also said pitchers may no longer lick their fingers while on the mound in a bid to get a better grip on the ball but may instead carry a wet rag in their back pocket.