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Pete Alonso Making the Most Out of Extra Time

With the offseason going into extra innings, former Gator and Mets’ first baseman Pete Alonso is making the most out of his added time. Opening Day was originally on Thursday.  However, the coronavirus outbreak has postponed the return of baseball.  Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred gave an update on …

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MLB Commissioner Talks League’s Plans

Today – March 26 – would have been MLB Opening Day. But due to the coronavirus, the start of the 2020 season was postponed. MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred spoke about his plans for the league. He wanted to assure fans that at some point, baseball will be back. Commissioner Manfred’s …

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Blake Snell is ready to play

After winning the Cy Young in 2018, an injury riddled 2019 season and a 2020 season already cut short, Blake Snell is ready to get back on the diamond. Snell’s Success The Tampa Ray’s are the epitome of a successful small market team. They draft well, focus in on player …

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MLB weighing options for season

The MLB is continuing to weigh their options for the start of baseball as the coronavirus continues to spread. Concerns about pay Originally, the season’s start date was pushed back two weeks. With the coronavirus pandemic continuing to worsen, they are now shooting for a start date in June pending …

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Noah Syndergaard undergoing notorious Tommy John surgery

New York Met’s right-handed pitcher Noah Syndergaard will undergo Tommy John surgery Thursday. One of the hardest-throwing starting pitchers in baseball history will sit on the sidelines until at least April 2021. What does this mean for the Mets? Syndergaard was expected to anchor the Met’s rotation alongside Jacob deGrom …

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No timetable for MLB to resume season

At first, the MLB planned its Opening Day for March 26; a week from today. Due to COVID-19, that date continues to change. As the sports world aches for normality, baseball holds out hope for a return to the field. MLB Opening Day pushed back again Initially, a two-week delay …

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SEC cancels all spring athletic events

Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic crisis, the SEC has decided to take preventive action one step further. The SEC has canceled all regular-season conference and non-conference contests for the remainder of the 2019-20 athletic year. This includes all conference championships. ALERT-The @SEC has announced all regular season conference and non-conference competitions …

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MLB’s Opening Day won’t occur until summer due to Coronavirus

As the sports world sits dormant because of the coronavirus pandemic, baseball will be without activity for the foreseeable future. MLB’s Opening Day Won’t Happen Until This Summer Statement from Major League Baseball: pic.twitter.com/E5xPfMGOc0 — MLB (@MLB) March 16, 2020 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention made the announcement …

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COVID-19: Yankees to leave Tampa

Despite initially voting to stay in Tampa and continue on with Spring Training, the New York Yankees will head home. In a meeting with the team on Friday, the players voted to stay in Florida and use Steinbrenner Field’s facilities. Meanwhile, due to the COVID-19 outbreak, spring training exhibitions had …

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MLB Players React to Season Delay

Major League Baseball announced they were going to delay opening day by at least two weeks yesterday. The announcement came as several Spring Training games were in progress. The MLB made the decision to cancel the remaining games in the day. They also moved Opening Day back at least two …

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