Baseball’s Stadium Workers Are Getting Peanuts From the Billionaire Owners

Baseball’s Stadium Workers Are Getting Peanuts From the Billionaire Owners When baseball shut down in March, these workers—along with another approximately 15,000 workers who help park cars, clean the stadiums, sell caps and T-shirts, show fans to their seats, and provide security—lost their jobs. Many of those who were lucky enough to have health insurance—and…

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Don’t Sleep on Chico

Don’t Sleep on Chico Last week, noted fast boy Chris Taylor made an out at second base in a Dodgers intrasquad game. That’s hardly news; players run into outs all the time, particularly in games that don’t matter, while they get used to when they should and shouldn’t gamble. There was just one notable thing…

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Latest On Astros’ Pitching Staff

Latest On Astros’ Pitching Staff It’s already known the Astros will enter the 2020 campaign missing veteran reliever Joe Smith, who’s on the restricted list. It now appears they’ll begin without a few other notable bullpen pieces, Brian McTaggart of MLB.com writes. Closer Roberto Osuna and fellow right-handers Brad Peacock and Austin Pruitt are unlikely…

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