My Favorite Photos From the 2020 MLB Season

New York Mets starting pitcher Jacob deGrom

The 2020 MLB season was definitely a unique one. 2020 in general was a whole other story to be honest. For the 2020 MLB season I was tested for Covid numerous times a week and I was the only sports photographer, other than the Marlins team photographer, in the well shooting. There were 60 games in 60 days and I had a stretch of 14 games in 10 days including a few double headers. The 2020 MLB season truly was an experience and one that I’m more than ok with not having again.

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Opening Day 2020 – Braves vs Marlins

opening day 2020

Opening Day in baseball is always filled with a regal pomp and pageantry, but Opening Day 2020 was filled with a lot less. While having sports is a great escape from what is happening in the real world, this year there was no escaping what was happening all around. From the Covid-19 and the calls for Social Justice, baseball took a backseat and put these causes into their forefront all the while providing a distraction, albeit a brief one, from the chaos and turmoil gripping the country.

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Spring Training

robinson cano spring training

Shooting Spring Training for MLB was just a unique experience. The stadiums were smaller and the fans were even closer to the action which provided a more family friendly environment. Photographing Spring Training also afforded me the opportunity to photograph teams and players that I wouldn’t normally get the chance to like photographing the Red-Sox or Toronto BlueJays. I probably would have had more opportunities, but the coronavirus changed everything.

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Photographing the Los Angeles Dodgers

Los Angeles Dodgers right fielder Cody Bellinger

There are four teams in Major League Baseball that are like royalty. They are the Yankees, Red-Sox, Cubs and the Dodgers. I finally had my chance to photograph royalty when the Los Angeles Dodgers came to Miami to take on the Miami Marlins in a three game series.

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Photographing Baseball Made Me Love it Again

Rawlings baseball glove - Philadelphia Phillies vs. Miami Marlins at Marlins Park

When I took the job as a photographer for Major League Baseball, I had no idea what to expect. As someone who grew up loving baseball and breathed it every day my love and passion for the game faded as I got older. Granted a certain owner named Jeffery Loria was a huge factor in my love fading, but baseball wasn’t fun anymore for me. That was until I started photographing baseball games for MLB.

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Nationals vs Marlins – Game Photos

Washington Nationals left fielder Juan Soto #22

Do you know what rhymes with Easter? Baseball. Baseball rhymes with Easter. Ok maybe it doesn’t, but that didn’t stop me from photographing the Nationals vs Marlins on Easter weekend.

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Phillies vs Marlins – Game Photos

Philadelphia Phillies right fielder Bryce Harper (3)

My third series photographing the Major League Baseball season featured the Phillies vs the Marlins. It was a NL East matchup coming on the heels of the NY Mets sweeping the Marlins at Marlins Park just a few days earlier. My third series in and I’ve already have my game day routine down like the players do.

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