With the World Series over, MLB will look very different next season. The Collective Bargaining Agreement between the MLB and Players Association expires on December 1, setting up for some contentious negotiations that could possibly derail the start of the 2022 season. In addition, rules to help speed up the game have not had their desired effect with potentially more changes coming. MLB will begin a new seven-year contract with their three TV partners. Also, expect a different kind of streaming war between Sinclair and MLB during the offseason. MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred will be having a very busy offseason.