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The Athletic has beat writers assigned to 20 of 30 clubs, but Boston, DC still missing from coverage

In a completely unsurprising decision, The Athletic is expanding its MLB coverage – again. On Wednesday, the growing online empire added former SI MLB editor Emma Span and long-time ESPN MLB reporter Jayson Stark to its ranks while also expanding the role of current author/former FanGraphs writer Eno Sarris. On Tuesday, the site announced the Read more... The post The Athletic has beat writers assigned to 20 of 30 clubs, but Boston, DC still missing from coverage appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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