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If you have not paid attention to the MLB offseason this year, I have some good news for you: you The oven never got really hot, the most controversial rule changes did not happen, and the best teams of the year 2018 are still supposed to be the best in 2019. But on the threshold of the opening day it's worth taking a look at what's happened since the Red Sox
Here are the 10 biggest storylines of the MLB off-season 2018-2019.
10th Rivera unanimously voted for Cooperstown
.The famously sparkling Hall of Fame voters – whose ranks are mainly basing on baseball writers – never voted unopposed to Cooperstown even though many had earned such honor, but that changed in the offseason, as every voter of baseball writers did Association of America Mariano Rivera called the retired Yankees closer to the hall. He was the first player to be unanimously elected to the Hall of Fame, and did so on his first ballot – a well-deserved award for perhaps the greatest of his position. The rare step indicated a shifting, more open Cooperstown.