Trainers rise to challenge of COVID-19

Rafael Freitas remembers March 12, 2020, when MLB suspended Spring Training in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic. Then working as the Brewers’ assistant athletic trainer, Freitas and members of the team’s staff believed they knew what to expect after hearing the news during a meeting.
“A lot of
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