I've been a fan for about 70 years. Baseball has always been my first sports interest but football is a close second. I don't see a 50 or 60 game schedule as a true season. Really more like spring training. Of course, I follow spring training games and have attended about as many spring training games in person as I have attended actually major league regular season games. So yes, I will follow the season whatever it is, but I am not really expecting a return to normal play until 2022.
MLB has already collected my yearly renewal for the video and audio of games and so far, they have failed to provide the product. I expect a substantial refund or credit for future seasons. Frankly, they should provide the same package for 2021 for those of us who paid for 2020 back in (I think) early March for FREE. It would go a long way to keep some of their best media fans happy.
I hope we will see NFL and college football on TV this season, but again, nothing is certain. I have not watched a single rerun of old games (NBA, NFL, college football, MLB) so far during this shut down. For one thing, our TV cable provider is in a dispute with MLB and the MLB channel is not current available, although I do think some old games were on some of the other sports networks, but I just have not had an interest in watching old games in any sport. Normally, I only watch a few NBA or NHL games each season and don't think I watched any before the shutdown this season. Usually I get interested in the playoffs so I might enjoy whatever they come up with later this year if they do run expanded tournament type playoffs.