The Los Angeles Times asked several TV people, including The Bachelor creator Mike Fleiss and ABC reality boss Robert Mills, how Major League Baseball can come back with quarantined players and without fans. “What you do is, each game, you load up the stadium with their wives, at a distance from them and at a distance from each other, so there is no quarantine violation," says Fleiss. "The winning team gets to have their wives tested, and then essentially a conjugal visit. You can (film) all the girls. They’re beautiful. They’re in the stands, separated in their own sections or whatever. Those guys are now playing for more than the pride of winning a baseball game. If you go on an eight-game losing streak, that’s not good.” Mills, who works with Fleiss on The Bachelor, adds: “Even if none of this had happened, you can look at the ratings of baseball and see they are starting to trend downward. It needs to be freshened up. If we were looking at this as a TV show, we’d say, ‘What can we do to refresh it, to look at it from an entertainment standpoint rather than a sports standpoint?'"