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MLB considers playing all-Arizona schedule
Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred takes questions about the Houston Astros during a recent news conference. (AP)
Putting all 30 teams in the Phoenix area this season and playing in empty ballparks was among the ideas discussed Monday by Major League Baseball and the players’ association. The sides held a telephone call to talk about paths forward for a season delayed by the coronavirus pandemic, people familiar with the discussion told The Associated Press. Ideas are still in the early stage, and the Arizona option would have many obstacles to overcome, the people said.
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