The National Basketball Association shut down all games on March 12 when it found out one player tested positive for the Coronavirus.
The National Hockey league also cancelled their season but unlike MLB and the NBA have announced plans to resume playing that will include 24 teams who will compete for the Stanley Cup.
The same could be said for basketball although talks between the owners and players have been more productive than the baseball owners and players.
Back in March, an agreement was made between MLB and the Players Association that gave Manfred the authority to schedule a season of any length as long as the players get full prorated salaries.
Back on May 23rd, the NBA released a statement saying the league would resume with games taking place at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Florida.