Bauer, Clevinger, Pham among stars at charity sandlot game
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Trevor Bauer wasn't going to let the cancellation of spring training stop him and other big leaguers from playing baseball.

On Saturday, the Cincinnati Reds right-hander organized a sandlot-style wiffle ball game to help draw attention to one of his charitable endeavors. The game featured himself and a few other notable MLB players such as Mike Clevinger, Tommy Pham, and Derek Dietrich.

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The players poked fun at the Houston Astros by banging a trash can before pitches, there was a controversial homer from Dietrich, and a bottle of hand sanitizer was rewarded to the game's MVP.

Some other major-league players in attendance included Cleveland Indians players Zach Plesac, Oscar Mercado, and Logan Allen, Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Jake Faria, Chicago Cubs hurler Casey Sadler, Reds reliever David Carpenter, and Los Angeles Angels right-hander Keynan Middleton.

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