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9:00 PM ET, May 21, 2020

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Marc Topkin / Tampa Bay Times:
Rays opening Tropicana Field for light player workouts Monday  —  Activities will be extremely limited, but it's a start as team facilities have been closed to players since March 17.  —  ST. PETERSBURG — The Rays are taking an initial — and small — step toward returning to action …
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Tim Healey / Newsday:
Rays, Marlins join Yankees in opening facilities to players for workouts  —  Another sign that baseball's return may be near: Teams are starting to reopen facilities to players.  —  Marlins on the 40-man roster were allowed to use their spring training complex as of Tuesday.
Discussion: Pinstripe Alley
Max Goodman / Sports Illustrated:
Five Yankees Poised to Shine in MLB's Proposed 82-Game Season
Discussion: Pinstripe Alley
Jesse Rogers / ESPN:
Some MLB players hoping for loosening of restrictions in health proposal  —  Some players are hoping for tweaks to MLB's recent health-protocols proposal as discussions continue about how to safely restart during the coronavirus pandemic.  —  Mostly, players want to know whether some in-stadium …
Jim Salisbury / MLB Baseball News, Scores …:
Sources: Phillies likely to stay in Philly for Spring Training II  —  By subscribing, you are agreeing to Yahoo's  —  If Major League Baseball and the players association can successfully hammer out plans for a half-season, teams would need to come together for Spring Training II.  —  The question is: Where?
Discussion: Phillies Nation
Jay Jaffe / ESPN:
Every AL team's best player not in the Hall of Fame — and should he get in?  —  While we're stuck amid a spring and summer unfortunately free of both Major League Baseball (so far) and the Hall of Fame's induction weekend because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Hall that so many of us visit …
Discussion: Camden Chat, Halos Heaven and NESN.com
Matt Loede / Sports Illustrated:
Where Are They Now - Indians 2016 World Series Game 7 Edition  —  It was a day that most Cleveland Indians fans will never forget, even though some have tried to block it out.  —  After a magical run through two of the supposed American League's best in the Boston Red Sox and Toronto Blue Jays in 2016 …
Borys Kit / Hollywood Reporter:
“It Will Be an Entirely New Thing”: Zack Snyder's $20M-Plus ‘Justice League’ Cut Plans Revealed  —  HBO Max will debut the project in 2021 — possibly in a four-hour director's cut or in six TV-style “chapters” — as the helmer gets the gang back together with the original postproduction crew to score, cut and finish visual effects.
Mike Bohn / MMA Junkie:
Houston Astros star Carlos Correa ‘would love to cross over into the UFC’  —  Houston Astros star Carlos Correa feels he is the best fit out of any MLB player to step into the octagon for a UFC fight.  —  Will it ever happen?  Unlikely.  However, Correa, who is an avid MMA following …
Steve Adams / MLB Trade Rumors:
Brent Honeywell Undergoes Ulnar Nerve Procedure  —  The Rays announced Thursday that touted pitching prospect Brent Honeywell Jr. underwent a decompression procedure on his right ulnar nerve yesterday.  He'll start strength and mobility exercises next Monday, MLB.com's Juan Toribio tweets.
Rick Stroud / Tampa Bay Times:
Tom Brady, Bucs players take the field at Tampa's Berkeley Prep: exclusive photos  —  The quarterback appears to be the one conducting the two-hour workout Tuesday morning.  —  TAMPA — About 20 minutes after sunrise, just before 7 a.m. Tuesday, the luxury vehicles began rolling past …
Keith Law / The Athletic:
Redrafting MLB's 2010 class  —  The 2010 draft wasn't supposed to be very good — we were already looking ahead to 2011, which looked epic and turned out to be just that — so it wasn't that surprising to me to look back for this exercise and see that, indeed, the 2010 draft wasn't very good.
ESPN:
How MLB is navigating the coronavirus pandemic to play ball  —  MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL'S plan to start the season by July 4 relies on a dizzying array of moving parts, including the cooperation of 27 U.S. cities and a foreign country, the availability of more than 200,000 reliable coronavirus tests …
 
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