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St. Louis Cardinals conduct layoffs

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The St. Louis Cardinals conducted layoffs as the team faces the economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The decision impacted more than two dozen employees, about a dozen of which were part of the team's business operations.

“That covers a lot of different departments, but mostly in the sales and servicing and operations areas, which have been very quiet because of what’s going on,” Cardinals President Bill DeWitt said.

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