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Guardians manager Francona still sidelined with COVID-19

AP Sports Writer

CLEVELAND (AP) — Guardians manager Terry Francona missed his fourth consecutive game after testing positive for COVID-19 last week. Francona and most of his coaching staff were forced to return from the team’s trip to Chicago and Minnesota after an outbreak in Cleveland’s clubhouse. The series finale against the White Sox was postponed shortly after Francona’s positive test. First baseman Josh Naylor also remains out following his positive test on Friday. Pitching coach Carl Willis, who is filling in as manager, said he has spoken with the 63-year-old Francona several times and that he’s feeling better.“He’s feeling much better,” Willis said before the G

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