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Having no sports due to the COVID-19 pandemic is just as strange for the athletes who play them

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Having no sports due to the COVID-19 pandemic is just as strange for the athletes who play them

Having no sports due to the COVID-19 pandemic is just as strange for the athletes who play them

Coronavirus COVID-19 and the concerns it’s caused has forced the world of sports to come to a screeching halt—including the Cleveland Indians season just before it started.

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