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Multiple MLB Players Choose Not To Play 2020 Season

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Multiple MLB Players Choose Not To Play 2020 SeasonWatch VideoAs the MLB inches toward Opening Day in late July, players are starting to opt out of the 2020 season.* *They're allowed to do that for health or other personal reasons as part of the league's reopening deal.

Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Mike Leake reportedly will not play this season, but he has not given a...
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