MLB and MLBPA announce first set of COVID-19 test results

Angels outfielder Mike Trout spoke to the media via Zoom today, the first day of training camp for many teams around the league ahead of the 2020 regular season. The players will have about three weeks to ramp up. The season is expected to begin on July 23. Per The Athletic’s Fabian Ardaya, Trout said, “Honestly, I still don’t feel comfortable.” Trout is, of course, talking about playing baseball in the middle of the novel coronavirus pandemic. Trout is not 100% committed to playing the 2020 season, as he has a pregnant wife due in August. He expressed concern with
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The real reason why Gibson won’t return for Chicken Run 2 has been revealed

Late last month, it was reported by several news outlets that Mel Gibson's role as Rocky the Rooster was likely to be recast for Aardman Animation's upcoming CHICKEN RUN sequel. Word of Gibson possibly being excused from the project arrived shortly after actress Winona Ryder recanted a 1995 encounter she allegedly had with Gibson, in which she said the actor referred to her as a Jewish "over dodger." Shortly thereafter, a representative of Gibson's had denied Ryder's claim, saying "This is 100% untrue." The rep then added, “She lied about it over a decade ago, when she talked to the press, and she’s lying about
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New 4th Of July Summer Playlist With 2020 Hit Songs

For a different kind of Fourth of July, you need a different kind of playlist. This year’s backyard BBQ might be a wee bit less festive and a lot more intimate than years past due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the music doesn’t have to be. What this year’s July 4th needs is music that speaks to the moment. So instead of recycling last year’s playlist full of the usual suspects, we’ve given the Fourth of July party playlist a much needed upgrade for these socially distant times. Sure, we all love hearing Bruce Springsteen’s “Born In The U.S.A.,” but
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This Nike WMNS Air Force 1 ’07 LX Comes With New Detail Including A Unique Looking Tongue •

Check out this new upcoming colorway of the Nike WMNS Air Force 1 ’07 LX. Starting off with a classic White leather upper, the details that really help this pair stand out include the jewels/charms placed on the laces and the translucent coating placed on the foam padded tongues. White laces, White soles and textured leather on the Swoosh and heel tabs round out the main features of the shoe. Retailing for $120, look for this Nike WMNS Air Force 1 ’07 LX to release very soon at select retailers and
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You Can’t Run Away From Your Problems (Or The Person You Hate)

Cardio will get your heart pumping, but so will arguing with someone you hate (and the latter is WAY easier AND much more entertaining). In this episode of Two Guys Who Hate Each Other, Dan and George (who, as the title suggests, hate each other) accidentally, um, “run” into each other while they’re both out jogging. Is Dan and George’s sarcastic exchanges entertaining? lol, yes! Is it bad that these two make each other so angry that it is likely impacting their blood pressure and mental health? Kinda. But is it great they both exercising to counteract the above? HELL
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Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers president Gay Culverhouse, advocate for player safety, dies

TAMPA, Fla. -- Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers team president and senior executive Gay Culverhouse, who devoted her life to helping former NFL players dealing with health issues including chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), has died at the age of 73, a family spokesperson told the New York Times.Culverhouse, the daughter of late Buccaneers owner Hugh Culverhouse, died Wednesday at her home in Fernandina Beach, Florida. Culverhouse suffered from complications from myelofibrosis, a form of chronic leukemia inhibiting the production of red blood cells. She had battled the condition, which left her severely anemic, since 2003.She was originally given just five years
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Jake Bain, Former Football Player, on Being Out as Gay in College Sports

In this op-ed, Jake Bain, one of few openly LGBTQ Division 1 college athletes, explains why his coming out was larger than him.I come from a very diverse family, with many different races, genders, sexual orientations, backgrounds, and religions. All of us — whether black or white, gay or straight — are kind, loving people. Because I was brought up in such a diverse environment, I have always understood the importance of acceptance and inclusion.Unfortunately, not everyone practices the same kind of acceptance my family does, which I learned first-hand when I became one of the first openly LGBTQ+ Division
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The most beautiful, picturesque main street in every state

ALABAMA: Main Street in Hartselle is a treasure trove for antique enthusiasts. The exterior of antique dealers in Hartselle. Jeffrey Greenberg/Universal Images Group via Getty Images Historic Downtown Hartselle features boutiques, specialty stores, and antique dealers housed inside charming, colorful storefronts. ALASKA: Main Street in Talkeetna is home to gift shops, eateries, and live music. Nagley's Store in Talkeetna. Loop Images/Universal Images Group via Getty Images Nagley's Store is one of the street's most popular attractions with its cozy cafe and eclectic cast of store cats. In clear weather, visitors can also enjoy views of Denali, the highest mountain peak
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Groundhog Day TV Show Is in Development, and It’s a Sequel?

One of the most popular films of the '90s, the Harold Ramis-directed feature Groundhog Day with Bill Murray in the lead role of a weatherman forced to relive the same day over and over again, might be getting a tv reboot soon. In a recent interview, actor Stephen Tobolowsky, who was part of the original movie, has stated that there is interest in setting up a tv show continuation of Groundhog Day. "There's talk about a Groundhog Day series in the works. One of the producers - I was working on The Goldbergs or Schooled, one of those shows over
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