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Ashton McGee stays focused as minor league season slips away


Ashton McGee was excited as he drove through Goldsboro that March evening. His bags were packed, and his plane ticket was set for him to leave for Glendale, Arizona, the next day for baseball spring training. But his excitement was tempered by concern about the news saying COVID-19 was spreading faster and infecting more people across the country. (UNC Media Hub)

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