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MLB celebrates Jackie Robinson Day

April 15, 1947. It’s one of the most important dates in the history of Major League Baseball. 73 years ago, Jackie Robinson made his debut with the Brooklyn Dodgers. In doing so, he became the first African-American ballplayer in the MLB. Each year on April 15, players celebrate Jackie Robinson Day …

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MLB Weighing Plans for 2020

Major League Baseball is one of the many leagues across the world at a stadnstill. MLB leaders are still weighing plans for the 2020 season amid COVID-19 uncertainty. Arizona and Florida Plan MLB officials have put forth a few plans for the 2020 season. One of the most recent options thrown …

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Andrew Miller’s thoughts on COVID-19

Gainesville native and current left-hand pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals Andrew Miller is like many other MLB players right now. He is trying to find ways to fill the time in quarantine and find ways to stay game ready. And staying game ready for the MLB without gyms or teammates …

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MLB’s Plan of Action Moving Forward With the COVID-19 Pandemic

Los Angeles Angels' Mike Trout, left, and Shohei Ohtani watch batting practice during spring training baseball practice, Monday, Feb. 17, 2020, in Tempe, Ariz. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

The MLB, like the rest of numerous sports organizations, has seen its operations come to a standstill amidst the coronavirus outbreak across the world. But now, the league is hopeful it can get back to play much sooner than originally thought. MLB Targeting a Possible Return Date Earlier this week, …

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Alex Rodriguez has Ideas on How to Play Out the 2020 MLB season

As of about three weeks ago, the 2020 MLB season was set for its March 26th Opening Day until COVID-19 threw a wrench into that. Alex Rodriguez has thoughts on how the season could play out, if or when it gets underway. Despite the current chaos, the sports discussion world …

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MLB plans for season’s start

The MLB is thinking through every possible solution for being able to start the 2020 season. Solutions range from all games being played in Arizona for some time to robot umpires. Arizona Bubble One of the most thought about plans to be able to start the 2020 season is having …

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Cal Ripken Jr. relives Iron Man moment

2,131 games in a row. That’s the equivalent to playing a game every day for nearly six years. Last night, ESPN aired Cal Ripken Jr.’s record-breaking game, passing Lou Gehrig as the Iron Man. Game 2,131 This was a special night in baseball history. A record that once seemed nearly …

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Former Gator Faedo dealing with season delay

Former Gator Alex Faedo was pitching for the Detroit Tigers in spring training, until the outbreak of COVID-19. He now awaits the announcement of when the season will commence so he can get back on the diamond. Faedo as a Gator Faedo played at the University of Florida from 2015 …

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White Sox Shortstop Making the Best of COVID-19 Situation

White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson was expecting to make his 2020 season debut last week. Unfortunately, COVID-19 has put MLB and the sports world on hold. In the meantime, the current American League batting champion has been taking his time in isolation to focus on connecting with his family. Staying …

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