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Royals Review Radio: The Arizona bubble episode

Plus we discuss our favorite baseball movies.

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Max Rieper, Shaun Newkirk, and Hokius are keeping their distance from each other as they discuss MLB’s plan to play the regular season under a virtual bubble in Arizona. They also discuss their favorite baseball movies, and whether they have aged well. Among the topics we discuss:

How feasible is it to keep all players safe for the regular season, even under the Arizona plan?

Will players feel compelled to risk their health and play?

Can the Royals compete in the proposed divisional alignment?

Should baseball try out some wacky ideas this year?

How would a shortened season impact the Royals?

What are your favorite baseball films?

Here are links to some of the things we talked about:

Here is Jeff Passan’s report on the plan to play all games in Arizona.

Here is Bob Nightengale’s report on realigning divisions.

Matthew LaMar’s article on baseball being too important not to return.

Hokius’ reviews of baseball movies.

Here is Joe Posnanski’s Top 100 baseball players series.

Jon Bois’ History of the Seattle Mariners, Part 1.

You can also follow Max Rieper on Twitter at @maxrieper, Shaun Newkirk at @shauncore, and Jeremy Greco at @hokius. Royals Review Radio is available on iTunes.