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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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Dodgers forced to wait for redemption

Just like the rest of the sports world, the Los Angeles Dodgers are stuck in limbo. How long will their season remain on pause? Well, nobody really knows. When Major League Baseball halted all operations for two weeks and delayed Opening Day on Thursday, the Dodgers, like everyone else, remained …

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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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Sports Leagues suspended amid Coronavirus epidemic

Sports leagues all around the world have suspended or canceled their remaining seasons amid the Coronavirus epidemic. NBA The NBA has suspended its season after Utah Jazz player Rudy Gobert tested positive for the Coronavirus. Gobert tested positive for the illness minutes before his team’s game against the Oklahoma City …

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MLB Suspends Operations, Delays Opening Day

The MLB will suspend all operations in response to the coronavirus outbreak, following suit of other major leagues. In addition to suspending all spring training games, this move will result in a delayed opening day. Official Statement After multiple days of deliberation over how to properly handle the developing crisis, …

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March Madness Latest Domino Among Coronavirus Cancellations

The coronavirus continues to dominate the news cycle. Now, we’re seeing more preventative action taken in the realm of sports. Multiple sports and their respective leagues are essentially on hold for the foreseeable future. We’ve seen basketball tournaments canceled, entire regular seasons paused and the status of future sporting events …

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Kershaw takes the mound for his ninth Opening Day start

The announcement came Monday from Dodgers Manager Dave Roberts that left-handed veteran will take the mound on Opening Day once again. After getting snubbed of the start in 2019, Kershaw is ready to make his debut for the 2020 season. Kershaw Legacy Entering into the majors in 2008, the now …

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MLB continues to monitor COVID-19

As COVID-19 continues its spread around the world, MLB officials continue to monitor the disease as they prepare for the 2020 season. American Sports Prepare With 647 total cases of the Coronavirus Disease in the United States (as of March 11), public anxiety is rapidly reaching the sports world. In …

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Yelich signs deal, happy to stay in Milwaukee

Freedom is not free, and neither is free agency. On Friday, Milwaukee Brewers’ right fielder Christian Yelich signed a seven-year contract extension with the team. The decision to commit to Milwaukee long-term comes following a trade last season that moved Yelich from the Miami Marlins to the Brewers. It appears …

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