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What I’m Hearing: How Tim Anderson is remembering Jackie Robinson USA TODAY

Tony Clark, sitting in his Phoenix-area home Wednesday morning, looks at his cellphone, sees Jackie Robinson’s picture as his screen saver, and reads the immortal words again.

“A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives.’’

Clark, executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association, recognizes and embraces his vital responsibility during this coronavirus pandemic that has shut down baseball and the rest of the sports world.

He impacts not only the lives of his own three children but also every professional baseball player, from Mike Trout to kids his 17-year-old son’s age. They’re

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