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Arizona Governor Open To Hosting Baseball Teams In Empty Parks

(Phoenix, AZ)  --  Arizona could be ready to play ball after the lock down is lifted.  Governor Doug Ducey revealed he's open to the idea of hosting all 30 Major League Baseball teams.  That's one idea being explored as the season remains delayed due to the coronavirus crisis.  The teams would gather in the Phoenix area to avoid traveling around the country.  They'd play in empty spring training parks.
 

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