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Minnie Forbes (right) took over as owner of the Detroit Stars from her uncle Ted Raspberry (center) in 1956. Forbes, now 88, is the last living Negro Leagues team owner. Courtesy of Minnie Forbes hide caption

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MLB Commemorates The 100th Anniversary Of The Negro Leagues

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Players from the Los Angeles Clippers and Los Angeles Lakers, shown here during a game in March, will face each other on Thursday evening as the NBA season restarts. Harry How/Getty Images hide caption

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The Phillie Phanatic sits alone in the stands during a game between the Miami Marlins and the Philadelphia Phillies on Saturday. During this series, as many as 19 Marlins players and coaches had already been infected with the coronavirus. Hunter Martin/Getty Images hide caption

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NBA Players Share What It's Like To Live In A 'Bubble'

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Quarterback Tom Brady Mentioned In New York Woman's Death Notice

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MLB Marks The 100th Anniversary Of The Negro Leagues

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Empty Stands, No Spitting: The New Rules Of Baseball During The Pandemic

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Texas Allows High School Sports In The Fall

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Missing Sports During The Pandemic, Fans Try To Spy On The Action

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After Coronavirus Outbreak Among Miami Marlins, Is It Safe To Play Ball?

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News Brief: GOP Relief Bill, MLB Postponements, Getting On Top Of The Pandemic

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MLB To Reschedule Games Due To Coronavirus Outbreak Among Miami Marlins

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Members of the Miami Marlins celebrate a 5-2 win Friday against the Philadelphia Phillies. The Marlins' home opener Monday against the Baltimore Orioles has been postponed. Chris Szagola/AP hide caption

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With 2020 Olympics Postponed, Erik Shoji Stays On His Game

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