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3 weeks 17 hours ago #33 by WilliamR
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Gonzalez: What I'll miss the least is the overall concept; it got to a point when executives hardly ever appeared in the lobby, which at times made it seem rather pointless to report on site. And so what you had was a ton of loitering media members, a few of them scrounging for any morsel of information -- much of it, because of the circumstances, either inconsequential, misleading or incomplete -- and a few others merely pretending to work. What I'll miss most is the nights -- gathering with reporter friends over dinner, everyone anxious over the threat of major news interrupting everything, then congregating at the hotel bar and not knowing which executive or coach or agent or even player might be there. That's when the real reporting happened. Texas Rangers Face Masks

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But one thing never changes: the number of rumors you hear, some of them ridiculous. A few years ago at the winter meetings, my duty one day was to walk through the lobby and report back with the most outrageous rumor I heard. One team executive, not a GM, much lower on the chain, cupped his mouth like a pitcher talking to his catcher in a mound meeting, then warned me about an available free agent.

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- It’s one thing to say Major League Baseball has welcomed seven Negro Leagues and an estimated 3,400 players into its embrace. It’s another to assimilate those players’ statistics into MLB’s bottomless sea of numbers. MLB Face Masks

Kaegel, 81, wrote for the Granite City Press-Record in Illinois in 1964 and spent 12 years covering the Cardinals for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and more than two decades covering the Royals for The Kansas City Star. He edited The Sporting News from 1979 to 1985 and spent more than two decades covering the Royals for MLB.com. He covered all 162 games in 2011, four years after a liver transplant.

Major League Baseball is back and it’s been an exciting week for the players and fans. With fans having their favorite sport back on television even if they are unable to attend the games, you can always represent your favorite team.

Joe West doesn’t care, that much has made certain we know. Through his USA Today interview and the images released of him defiantly not wearing a cloth mask West let the world know that he thinks the Coronavirus is a giant hoax. That sort of thinking is something that permeates society these days, but it’s not something we have to tolerate. It’s also not something that MLB should tolerate. By not wearing a mask and presenting the viewpoints he has West is putting every umpire, groundskeeper, trainer, player, coach, and manager he comes into contact with at risk. He could mitigate that risk by wearing a mask, but Cowboy isn’t about to do that and that’s why he shouldn’t be allowed to umpire this season. San Diego Padres Face Masks

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