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Probable pitchers? Perhaps. Managers' thoughts pregame? They will not be able to meet media on game days until after games, WBSC spokesman Richard Baker said. Thoughts from stars of the game? Clubhouses are closed and while players are required to walk by media on the way out of the ballpark, they do not have to speak with reporters.

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MIAMI — Reliever Nick Vincent signed last week with the Miami Marlins and settled in for two days of quarantine in his hotel room while awaiti…

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A. No one knows what the economics of baseball might be when the current labor deal expires after the 2021 season. Do fans come back to the ballpark, and if so, how many will be allowed? Does the acceleration of cord-cutting during the pandemic mean baseball teams can no longer count on ever-rising riches from regional sports networks? How valuable are streaming rights? Without those answers, either side would risk making a foolish deal - and the union cannot risk another one.

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Sports fans will have to embrace a "new normal," which probably means not being able to attend live events at crowded stadiums, for the rest of this year, Dr. Anthony Fauci says. Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert who often gives updates during President Trump's daily coronavirus briefings, told the YES Network on Monday that sports could resume this year despite the COVID-19 ...

Since 1882, when the American Association's founders determined that selling alcohol to fans might help them compete with the entrenched National League, beer, every bit as much as green grass, white ash and cow leather, has been an essential baseball element. That strategy, of course, triggered a bonanza. Today, MLB teams sell more than $1 billion worth of beer. Its ballparks are sunlit ...

Take the family out to a ballgame. If you love baseball, these crackerjack spots belong on your roster: ___ 1. Cactus League, Scottsdale, Ariz. Every spring, since 1947, this Southwestern town is abuzz as baseball fans flock to catch their favorite teams warm up for the regular season. The Arizona Diamondbacks and the Colorado Rockies get in the groove at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick ...

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