Phillies, Blue Jays camps shut down amid coronavirus outbreak

As Major League Baseball and the players union argue about the money it will require to get on the field, the latest news out of Philadelphia Phillies camp is reminding us that there’s another very real side of baseball’s coronavirus shutdown.

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