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Brewers OF Braun could put off retirement

Former National League MVP Ryan Braun said the shortened 2020 MLB schedule has him rethinking any thoughts he had about retiring after this season. More »

 

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Cleveland Indians manager on team's name: 'Time to move forward'

(Reuters) - Cleveland Indians manger Terry Francona said on Sunday he feels the Major League Baseball club should change its contentious moniker, in place now for 105 years. More »

 

Indians' Francona favors nickname change for club

Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona said Sunday that he is in favor of the team changing its name. More »

 

White Sox, Nats each have two players test positive for virus

Both the Chicago White Sox and Washington Nationals announced Sunday that two players tested positive for the coronavirus. More »

 

Freeman among four Braves players to test positive for COVID-19

(Reuters) - Atlanta Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman was among four players from the Major League Baseball (MLB) outfit to test positive for COVID-19, team manager Brian Snitker said. More »

 

Indians coach Mills to spend season at home

Cleveland Indians bench coach Brad Mills left the team, instead deciding to join his family at home during the shortened MLB season, manager Terry Francona announced Sunday. More »

 

Indians' Francona favors nickname change for club

Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona said Sunday that he is in favor of the team changing its name. More »

 

White Sox, Nats each have 2 players test positive for virus

Both the Chicago White Sox and Washington Nationals announced Sunday that two players tested positive for the coronavirus. More »

 

Indians coach Mills to spend season at home

Cleveland Indians bench coach Brad Mills left the team, instead deciding to join his family at home during the shortened MLB season, manager Terry Francona announced Sunday. More »

 

Yankees' Tanaka released from hospital after line drive to head

(Reuters) - New York Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka, who was hit in the head by a line drive off the bat of teammate Giancarlo Stanton on Saturday, has been released from hospital, the Major League Baseball team said on Saturday. More »

 

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