Major League Baseball

Laid-Off Ballpark Food Workers Serve Up Protest Outside MLB Game

More than 200 food-service workers who were furloughed or dismissed while MLB teams play in fan-less ballparks this season protested outside Oracle Park during Friday night’s Athletics-Giants game.
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MLB Updates Schedule After Latest COVID Cases, Sees 'No Reason to Quit'

The league confirmed morning reports of further positive tests for the St. Louis Cardinals, including one player, and Commissioner Rob Manfred later said the plan is to continue playing.
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Yankees Radio Voice to Sing National Anthem Before Home Opener

Longtime Yankees announcer Suzyn Waldman was scheduled to sing the national anthem prior to Friday’s home opener against the Red Sox – all because of a promise she made to new Yankees ace Gerrit Cole.
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Miami Marlins Outbreak Up to 17 Cases After Four New Positives: Report

The Miami Marlins, already dealing with an outbreak, have reported four new cases of coronavirus in their latest round of testing, according to multiple media reports.
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MLB Commissioner Addresses COVID-19 Outbreak

MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred appeared on MLB Network on Monday night to discuss the coronavirus outbreak that prompted the postponement of at least two games.
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Doctor: Shortened MLB Season Might Be Over Before We Know It

An infectious disease control specialist at University of California, San Francisco says he wouldn’t be surprised if MLB’s Covid-19 outbreak doesn’t stop with just one team.
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Blue Jays Interested in Playing Home Games in Buffalo: Report

MLB’s sole Canada-based franchise could be playing its home games in the land of the Bills and Sabres in 2020 because of the coronavirus crisis, according to a recent report.
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Yankees, Mets to Play at Citi Field on 20th Anniversary of 9/11: Report

This will mark just the second time that both teams will play in New York on Sept. 11, the first being in 2014, when the Mets hosted Washington and the Yankees hosted Tampa Bay.
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MLB Releases Full 60-Game Schedule for All 30 Teams

MLB and its 30 clubs released their schedules for an abbreviated season on Monday night, marking the latest step as baseball aims to begin a season that was shut down by the coronavirus crisis during Spring Training in March.
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MLB Players Face 'Tough Decision' as Return Nears

Dodgers ace David Price announced he would sit out MLB’s virus-shortened season in 2020 – will it be the tipping point for players on the fence?
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