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MLB’s 2020 rookies debut all over again with fans in stands

Business isn’t quite as usual but teams have begun allowing limited fan access.

MLB All-Star Game yanked from Georgia over voting law

The decision to pull the game from Atlanta’s Truist Park amounts to the first economic backlash against Georgia.

Despite revenue hike, Marlins’ emphasis will be on prospects

The Marlins recently signed a TV contract that more than doubles their previous agreement.

Spring games begin with fans, new faces, moment for Mancini

All over spring training, baseball enjoyed a bevy of reassuring signs Sunday on opening day.

Marlins killer Adam Duvall is now on their side and in RF

The Marlins signed Adam Duvall to a $5 million. His signing changes the Marlins’ outlook.

MLB cuts spring training travel, drops college opponents

Pitchers and catchers open spring training workouts on 17th, the exhibition season starts Feb. 28.

MLB players to wear electronic tracers, face discipline

Players will be encouraged to get vaccines but are not required to get them.

Baseball Hall gets no new members; Schilling 16 votes shy

Curt Schilling, Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens were the closest in voting

Padres finalize deal acquiring ace Blake Snell from Rays

The San Diego Padres, determined to go all the way, just wanted him that much.

Odd became normal: sports’ masked road trip to the unknown

What wasn’t odd in 2020, when the coronavirus was the commissioner of all sports?
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‘It’s an honor’: The Hall of Fame’s class of 2020 enshrined

Kobe Bryant is in the Hall now, along with contemporaries Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett.
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Passing on your password? Streaming services are past it

Password sharing is estimated to cost streaming services several billion dollars a year in lost revenue.

Disney World and Universal Studios loosen pandemic mask requirements

Florida’s major theme parks are adjusting their face mask policies.

Bleak futures fuel widespread protests by young Colombians

They have taken the brunt of the tear gas and gunshots from security forces, and dozens have paid for it with their lives.

‘There was no going back’: Migrants send kids into US alone

Growing numbers of migrant families are making the heart-wrenching decision to separate from their children.
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