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Arash Markazi: Brewers' Ryan Braun is cautiously optimistic there will be MLB games this year

LOS ANGELES - As Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun prepared to leave his Malibu home Monday to return to Milwaukee for the restart of team training, he wasn't sure how long he would be gone.

"There's still a part of me that isn't quite sure we will actually play games," said Braun, a six-time All-Star. "I'm optimistic that we will play games, but obviously if we look at what's happening in the country, the COVID numbers are not good. There are a significant number

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