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MLB All-Star Break Leads to Paternity Leave

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Steve Covino: “I can see it, don’t they say if you’re a Valentines baby you’re born in November? If you’re an All-Star, you feel like the man, happy about life with testosterone level high, no reason not to buy the theory.”
Rich Davis: “Cody Bellinger, Max Muncy, Mookie Betts and other super stars are coming on or off paternity leave right now. Do the math here, nine months ago was the All-Star break in baseball, does every player go back home after the All-Star break and say ‘Hey baby I finally have a minute for you let's get this done.’ All of these kids are a result of All-Star break, just saying."

Today on Covino & Rich, the guys get in a debate about MLB players on paternity leave exactly 9 months after the All-Star break. In recent news, Cody Bellinger, Max Muncy, Mookie Betts are on paternity leave, Rich has a theory that that MLB players like to baby make during the All-Star break. The guy’s then breakdown the theory with great detail on why All-Star break baby making works for the players.