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MLB All-Star Game 2021 Moving Away From Atlanta Due to New Georgia Voting Law

Major League Baseball is making a huge move.

The organization announced the 2021 All-Star Game is moving outside of Atlanta in response to a new Georgia voting law that is generating controversy, as critics say it limits access to voting, especially for people of color, ESPN reported Friday (April 2).

“Over the last week, we have engaged in thoughtful conversations with Clubs, former and current players, the Players Association, and The Players Alliance, among others, to listen to their views. I have decided that the best way to demonstrate our values as a sport is by relocating this year’s All-Star Game and MLB Draft,” MLB commissioner Rob Manfred said in a statement.

President Joe Biden told ESPN previously that he would “strongly support” pulling the game out of Atlanta because of the law.

The commissioner said he “fundamentally supports voting rights for all Americans and opposes restrictions to the ballot box.”

No new site for the All-Star Game or draft were announced as of yet.

For a detailed report on what the new Georgia law means, head to The New York Times.

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Helen Mirren Says The Dodgers Made Her a Baseball Fan After Seeing Them Win The World Series

The LA Dodgers have a brand new, Oscar winning fan – Helen Mirren!

The 75-year-old actress shared her congratulatory message for the baseball team after they won the World Series title for the first time since 1988.

“congrats Dodgers,” Helen wrote with a selfie on Instagram. “I just watched you win World series You have made me a baseball fan. Brilliant exciting Series.”

In the picture, Helen is giving a thumbs up while wearing her hair in a half ponytail tied by a pink scrunchie, and a Dodgers tee.

If you didn’t see, the Dodgers beat the Tampa Bay Rays 3 to 1, in the sixth game of the final series between the teams.

Helen isn’t the only celeb fan. See who else celebrated the team’s win on social media tonight here…

Hollywood Stars Celebrate L.A. Dodgers Winning World Series 2020!

The Los Angeles Dodgers are winners!

The Dodgers won the 2020 World Series on Tuesday night (October 27), defeating the Tampa Bay Rays 3-1. They won the series 4 to 2.

This is now the seventh World Series win for the Dodgers. The last time they won was back in 1988.

After the Dodgers won, celebs took to Twitter to celebrate the news.

“YAAASSSS!!! LA! Dodger dogs for everyone!!!” Wilmer Valderrama tweeted.

This is now the second big win for L.A. this year in the sports world. The L.A. Lakers won the 2020 NBA Finals earlier this month.

“Man can we PLEASE have a parade!!! I know I know we can’t but DAMN I wanna celebrate with our @Lakers & @Dodgers fans!!! LA is the city of CHAMPIONS” Lakers player LeBron James tweeted.

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Who Won World Series 2020? L.A. Dodgers & Tampa Bay Rays Face Off in Game 6

We have new World Series champs!

The Los Angeles Dodgers and the Tampa Bay Rays faced off in game six of the series on Tuesday night (October 27) at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas.

In the end, the Dodgers defeated the Rays 3 to 1, winning the series 4 to 2.

This is now the seventh World Series win for the Dodgers. The last time they won was back in 1988.

The MLB season was shortened this year because of the ongoing pandemic. Usually the baseball season begins in early April, but it didn’t kick off this year until mid July.

This is now the second big win for L.A. this year in the sports world. The L.A. Lakers won the 2020 NBA Finals earlier this month.

Congrats to the L.A. Dodgers on their big win!

St. Louis Cardinals Baseball Game Series Postponed Due To Coronavirus Outbreak Within Team

There has been another outbreak of COVID-19 coronavirus within a baseball team, CNN reports.

Seven members of the baseball team, as well six staffers from the St. Louis Cardinals have all tested positive for the virus in the past week, just days ahead of of their game series against the Detroit Tigers.

The team is still being quarantined in Milwaukee, where they were set to play against the Brewers last week.

Major League Baseball announced that the series would be postponed because of the outbreak, which follows the outbreak within the Miami Marlins earlier this month.

ESPN also reported that Commissioner Rob Manfred phoned union leader Tony Clark in a phone call about the league and players doing a better job of following the protocols put in place. He also warned him that if not followed, he would shut down the shortened season.

The plan is to restart the Cardinals‘ season on Friday, August 7, against the Chicago Cubs. However, that is all based on the test results.

Protocols put in place for the shortened MLB season included banning high-fives and spitting, and keeping fans out of stadiums.

Teams, however, are still traveling to and from stadiums in an out of state, unlike their NHL, NBA and WNBA counterparts.

The St. Louis Cardinals most recently won the World Series in 2011.

New York Mets Star Yoenis Cespedes Didn't Show Up for MLB Game, Team Is Unable to Contact Him

Major league baseball star Yoenis Céspedes, who plays for the New York Mets and was an integral player in their run to the World Series back in 2015, did not report to the team’s game today (August 2) and fans are concerned.

“As of game time, Yoenis Céspedes has not reported to the ballpark today. He did not reach out to management with any explanation for his absence. Our attempts to contact him have been unsuccessful,” the Mets said in a statement.

When news hit Twitter, fans wrote comments like, “This is a bit concerning,” “Here’s hoping Yoenis Cespedes is okay. Anything else is trivial in comparison,” and “We sincerely hope that Yoenis Cespedes is Ok.”

We hope everything is okay with Yoenis and we will update with any new developments.

Find out the latest on baseball, which has been navigating games amid the pandemic, right here.

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