Mike Heller had a chance to ask Brewers star Christian Yelich some questions Tuesday at Brewers Spring Training. They talked about the upcoming season and about the potential for MLB to hold games with no fans in response to a potential coronavirus outbreak. Yelich used it as a chance to take a light hearted jab at his former team when asked if he'd ever played in an empty stadium. "I won't say where or when in my career," Yelich joked. The former MVP of course spent his first five years in the majors playing in Miami. He went on to take a more serious response to the question and added that it would be a different vibe to play in an empty stadium and that hopefully it won't come to that for MLB games this month or in the future. Listen to the full interview below.
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