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Spring training could be delayed for Double-A, Class A
Minor League Baseball

In this March 12, 2020, file photo, Texas Rangers minor-league players Chris Seise, right, and Kevin Mendoza greet each other in the batting cages in Surprise, Ariz. Spring training could be delayed for Double-A and Class A players if major leaguers are not vaccinated for the novel coronavirus by the time big league practice is scheduled to start in mid-February. Major League Baseball, which has taken over operation of the minors, gave notice to minor league teams and big league clubs Monday, Jan. 4. (Elaine Thompson, AP File)

In this March 12, 2020, file photo, Texas Rangers minor-league players Chris Seise, right, and Kevin Mendoza greet each other in the batting cages in Surprise, Ariz. Spring training could be delayed for Double-A and Class A players if major leaguers are not vaccinated for the novel coronavirus by the time big league practice is scheduled to start in mid-February. Major League Baseball, which has taken over operation of the minors, gave notice to minor league teams and big league clubs Monday, Jan. 4. (Elaine Thompson, AP File)

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