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What Role Should Employers Play in Testing Workers?

By Steve Eder, Ellen Gabler, Sarah Kliff and Heather Murphy

Amazon and other companies are planning to test workers for the coronavirus. But there is little federal guidance, and some fear it could lead to a false sense of security.

Stranded M.L.B. Prospects Find a Backyard of Dreams

By Anna Katherine Clemmons

Seth Blair, a longtime pitching prospect, set up a practice area in his Arizona backyard and opened it to other players who did not have access to baseball facilities during the game’s shutdown. As many as 15 of them show up in staggered groups on a given day.

Peter Brancazio, Who Explored the Physics of Sports, Dies at 81

By Richard Sandomir

He used science to demystify the myths of rising fastballs and Michael Jordan’s seemingly long hang time. He died of complications of the novel coronavirus.

Peter Brancazio, Who Explored the Physics of Sports, Dies at 81

By Richard Sandomir

He used science to demystify the myths of rising fastballs and Michael Jordan’s seemingly long hang time. He died of complications of the novel coronavirus.

Can Sports Help Heal a Country? Some Fans Don’t Buy the Emotional Pleas

By James Wagner

The sports world has a clear economic argument for coming back to play. But is the claim that it has a larger purpose out of step with the reality of the pandemic?

Can Sports Help Heal a Country? Some Fans Don’t Buy the Emotional Pleas

By James Wagner

The sports world has a clear economic argument for coming back to play. But is the claim that it has a larger purpose out of step with the reality of the pandemic?

M.L.B.’s Efforts to Return to the Field Could Take the Game Back to 1994

By Tyler Kepner

The potential for labor strife has loomed over plans to put teams on the field this summer, threatening the sport with a potential long-term decline.

Bob Watson, Baseball’s First Black General Manager, Dies at 74

By Richard Goldstein

A former major leaguer, he shattered a racial barrier in 1994 with the Houston Astros. Two years later, he was the Yankees’ G.M. as New York began a championship run.

Bob Watson, Baseball’s First Black General Manager, Dies at 74

By Richard Goldstein

A former major leaguer, he shattered a racial barrier in 1994 with the Houston Astros. Two years later, he was the Yankees’ G.M. as New York began a championship run.

Willie Mays at 89: β€˜My Thing Is Keep Talking and Keep Moving’

By Tyler Kepner

As the coronavirus pandemic keeps him homebound, the greatest living baseball player is missing visits to the ballpark, as well as opportunities to promote a new book on his life.

Willie Mays at 89: β€˜My Thing Is Keep Talking and Keep Moving’

By Tyler Kepner

As the coronavirus pandemic keeps him homebound, the greatest living baseball player is missing visits to the ballpark, as well as opportunities to promote a new book on his life.

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