Current Philadelphia Phillies manager and four-time World Series champion Joe Girardi joined MLB Network’s Appalachian League Special to talk about how the league’s inaugural season will help in the development of young athletes.
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The Appalachian League announced the league’s charitable outreach totaled more than $1.28 million in gift in kind and monetary donations in 2020. During the pause of play caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the league and its teams continued to be actively engaged in safely helping and assisting their local communities.
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