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As M.L.B. Stumbles Out of the Gate, Player Pushback Gets Louder

As M.L.B. Stumbles Out of the Gate, Player Pushback Gets Louder Several teams had to cancel their workouts because of delays in virus testing results, and even some club executives had pointed words for the league’s handling of the process.

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An Unlikely Source of Catharsis for a Black M.L.B. Player: Social Media

An Unlikely Source of Catharsis for a Black M.L.B. Player: Social Media Tony Kemp felt depressed after George Floyd’s death in police custody. Then he invited fans to have uncomfortable conversations on Twitter.

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Baseball Is Showing Some Early Optimism. How Long Can It Last?

Baseball Is Showing Some Early Optimism. How Long Can It Last? As players return for workouts amid the coronavirus pandemic, cities with clubs have seen recent increases in cases.

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Masahiro Tanaka Struck by Ball as Yankees Take Health Hit

Masahiro Tanaka Struck by Ball as Yankees Take Health Hit In a harrowing first workout of the summer, the Yankees starting pitcher was struck on Saturday. Later, the team announced that All-Star infielder D.J. LaMahieu and pitcher Luis Cessa tested positive for Covid-19.

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The Anthem Debate Is Back. But Now It’s Standing That’s Polarizing.

The Anthem Debate Is Back. But Now It’s Standing That’s Polarizing. As games return and dozens of players drop to one knee, leagues that once tried to tiptoe around the issue won’t be able to avoid it.

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Interpreting More Than Words for a Baseball Star

Interpreting More Than Words for a Baseball Star At one point, Bryan Lee, the interpreter for the Toronto Blue Jays ace Hyun-jin Ryu, was not cutting his hair or changing his T-shirt, to be in sync with the pitcher.

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Cleveland Indians Say They Will ‘Determine Best Path Forward’ on Name

Cleveland Indians Say They Will ‘Determine Best Path Forward’ on Name The announcement came hours after the Washington Redskins of the N.F.L. made a similar statement. Both teams have been the subject of protests and criticism from Native Americans and others.

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Lonnie Wheeler, 68, Dies; Helped Ballplayers Tell Their Stories

Lonnie Wheeler, 68, Dies; Helped Ballplayers Tell Their Stories A longtime sportswriter, he collaborated with Hank Aaron, Bob Gibson and Mike Piazza on their autobiographies. “I was there,” he once said, “to make the subject more literary.”

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A Joyous Return to M.L.B.’s Ballparks, With a Dose of Wariness

A Joyous Return to M.L.B.’s Ballparks, With a Dose of Wariness “I know you can’t really see the smiles on us, because we’ve got our masks on,” the Red Sox’ manager said as teams were allowed to formally work out again. “But it was a long time at home.”

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When a Farewell Season Was Wiped Out, the Outfield Became a Diner

When a Farewell Season Was Wiped Out, the Outfield Became a Diner This was supposed to be the Pawtucket Red Sox’s final season in Rhode Island before moving to Massachusetts. Without any games for fans to attend, the team got creative.

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