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Chicago sports fans and athletics still trying to cope with the pandemic

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The sports world is obviously on hold and it's no different here in Chicago whether it's the winter sports that might not resume or the summer sports which will at the very least be delayed everybody sits and waits to see what happens we caught up with two of Chicago's more prominent athletes in and listed there thought starting with white Sox starting pitcher Lucas Giolito we are in the middle of a crisis you know we can't force the issue we have but let everything run its course and it's no different for blackrock centering captain Jonathan tastes who has his fingers crossed right now it's coming gathering family and friends in the community and no way to say you know go do what we gotta do and we'll get through it the athletes want to perform for the fans but when that finally occurs nobody knows David Shuster Chicago