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MLB protests continue: A's-Rangers, Phillies-Nationals, Twins-Tigers, Red Sox-Blue Jays games won't be played

USATODAY.com Thursday, 27 August 2020
It was the Brewers – based about 40 miles from Kenosha, and following the lead of the Milwaukee Bucks – who first decided to sit out on Wednesday.
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