Midmorning With Aundrea - May 28, 2020 (Part 2) [ENCORE PRESENTATION]
One of baseball's brightest young stars says players are ready to return, even if fans can not.
New york mets first baseman pete alonso is coming off a record- setting rookie season.
Alonso spoke with tony dokoupil from tampa about that remarkable season, and launching a new charity to recognize unsung heroes.
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Here's a look at where team blaze is going to fly saturday afternoon.
They'll kick things off in tupelo and make they way south.
Flying over hospitals in amory, aberdeen, west point, starkville, then bring on home here in columbus.
Samantha weeks says they've been planning this for over a week and the entire team is excited to show their appreciation.