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MLB Aiming to Return to Play in July

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The country slowly beginning to get back to some sort of normalcy. However, questions remain on when sports might possibly make a return. On Monday, the MLB came out with some news that may give baseball fans some much-needed hope. According to an article by ESPN MLB insider Jeff Passan, …

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Former Gator David Ross Talks MLB Season Hopes as New Cubs Manager

On October 24, 2019, the Chicago Cubs hired former Florida Gator David Ross as their manager. Ross replaced skipper Joe Maddon and signed him to a three-year contract. Hopes for a Return to the Diamond Ross’s first year taking on a managerial role has come to a halt due to …

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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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A plan for Major League Baseball to be back by May

An unprecedented time of no sports could be nearing its end soon, as Major League Baseball released a plan that could see baseball back by May. ESPN insider, Jeff Passan, laid out a tentative plan that has the backing from leadership in the league office and inside the MLBPA. Most …

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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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NCAA Modifes Eligibilty Rules for Student-Athletes in Spring Sports

With cancellations and postponements continuing to mount up across the sports world due to COVID-19, there was finally a bit of good news announced early Friday afternoon surrounding college athletics. NCAA Making Changes On Thursday, the NCAA announced that it was cancelling all winter and spring tournaments due to the …

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Aaron Judge should make spring training debut soon, per Yankees

New York Yankee’s right fielder Aaron Judge could possibly make his Spring Training debut next week. Shoulder soreness The 27-year-old had not swung a bat in spring training until recently. The team has kept him on close watch as he recovers from what they are calling right shoulder soreness. Although, …

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St. Francis Beat Minutemen, Notch First Win of the Season

The St Francis Catholic Academy baseball team defeated the Countryside Christian Minutemen, 4-3. The win was the first of the year for the Wolves, who improve to 1-2. The Minutemen fall to 2-1 with the loss. Pitchers’ Duel Both teams’ pitchers put up great numbers, but were also both inconsistent. …

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