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Tuesday, July 7, 2020
Former @UVABaseball standout Brandon Guyer announced his retirement yesterday. Guyer, a seven-year MLB veteran, was a member of Cleveland’s AL Champion team that lost to the Chicago Cubs in the 2016 World Series, and, as this story from Cleveland.com points out, was “hit by pitches more frequently than any batter in the history of baseball, has announced his retirement from the game.” Click on the link to read more about his career.
Look Hoos Talking
When @IamTinaThompson caught an elbow in an all-boys pickup game, she threw it right back.
— The Players' Tribune (@PlayersTribune) July 2, 2020
@UVAWomensHoops head coach @IamTinaThompson was a guest on the Players’ Tribune’s Knuckleheads podcast last week. Check out the full pod here.
If you’re looking for a summer activity, UVA men’s and women’s 🎾 head coaches Andres Pedroso and Sara O’Leary say tennis can be a low-risk option. Click on the UVA Today article 🔗 below to read more #GoHoos
— Virginia Men's Tennis (@UVAMensTennis) July 6, 2020
UVA tennis head coaches Andres Pedroso and Sara O’Leary spoke with UVA Today about their sport, which has been deemed by the experts as one of the safer forms of physical activities during the pandemic. Their Q&A covered everything from social distancing to how to get youth involved and much more. Check it out here.