Dang does it feel good to be writing about baseball again. Writing about baseball just makes things feel right in the world and after this year, getting back to normalcy is a great thing. You know what isn’t normal though? How teams handled rookies and prospects in 2020 and the rules that governed their ability to keep their rookie status. Typically, the general rules are that a hitter loses rookie status when they reach 130 at-bats or 40 days in the active roster, not including September games and pitchers have a 50-inning cap and the same 40-day timeline. However, this year the September games counted toward playing time and rookie of the year winners from 2020 aren’t counted as rookies any longer, even if they didn’t hit the rookie...