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  • This guy was a legend in Oakland. Meals at the Coliseum won't be the same.
    Today, we mourn the loss of Harold Miller. Harold started working at the Coliseum when it opened in 1968 and was a friendly face at the ballpark for nearly every game played. He was loved by our fans, players, and staff. We will all miss him. https://t.co/nXeXJRiCdF
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  • Sobering thought and unfortunately not the least bit surprising.
    PM says people should be prepared to deal with this new life for many weeks and months to come.
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  • RT @michaelgrange: I guess this a noteworthy distinction but how the city/province would sign off on 19,800 at Scotiabank on say, June 15th while saying 'no' to various other conferences and events is beyond me. Maybe there's some wiggle room to have games without fans but that's seems optimistic: https://t.co/nIg27SJTIe
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  • And there we have it. The ban doesn't include sporting events. Seems inevitable though.
    Clarification from Mayor Tory’s office.. This ban DOES NOT include sporting events. City events and event permits only. https://t.co/gQhm6iQKvo
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  • RT @LaurenPelley: More clarity: Toronto cancelling all city-led big events, festivals, conferences, plus cancelling third-party permits for similar events at civic centres, public spaces, city museums. Impacts events like Doors Open Toronto, Indigenous Arts Festival, Pride Toronto, among others. https://t.co/fiIUnnXaBi
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  • There potentially are a lot of ways the #BlueJays and MLB could get around specific bans. Spring training locations, playing without fans, etc. But let's face it, the reality of a return to action any time soon is getting more far-fetched by the day. This is going to be long.
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  • RT @SmithRaps: Seeking the much-needed clarity concerning professional sports https://t.co/g7j0cpRIV5
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  • RT @SmithRaps: This from Toronto mayor: "Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the City of Toronto is cancelling all city-led major events, festivals, conferences and cultural programs, and is also canceling all city permits for major events organized by external groups ... through June 30th.” 1/2
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  • There was no baseball to be played on what should have been Opening Day, but behind the scenes MLB and the MLBPA are trying to find creative ways to play a "credible" number of games once cleared to do so. Here are some of the options worth considering: https://t.co/Mcgd2pLQKs
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  • My favourite quote from OD also involved Arencibia. After dropping the season opener for a hyped 2013, JP said: "I thought we had the chance to be the first 162-game winner" before joking they might go 161-1. By May 1, Toronto was 10-18. That season went off the rails so fast.
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