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Former manager Bobby Valentine posted a video of himself attending a protest condemning the killing of George Floyd.
Marcus Stroman continued to be vocal on Twitter and everyone should take a minute to at least listen to what he is saying.
Both teams released an updated ticket policy that should get fans their money back for games that were supposed to be played in May.
The Mets have officially reopened their spring training complex and Wilson Ramos took full advantage.
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Touki Toussaint also attended a protest holding a sign that read “United we stand, Divided we fall.”
Around Major League Baseball
Major League Baseball finally issued a statement on the death of George Floyd after they were shamed by many of the players that play the sport.
These are all negotiating tactics by each side to see who blinks first.
No matter what they finally agree on, these negotiations are a bad look for baseball that could destroy any goodwill they had built up.
Pitcher Chris Archer will miss the entire 2020 season after undergoing surgery to relieve symptoms of thoracic outlet syndrome.
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
Part 2 of A Pod of Their Own’s conversation with Bradford William Davis covers Noah Syndergaard’s legal battle with his landlord and how baseball can move forward during a pandemic.