Former Major League Baseball star Omar Vizquel joined medical experts and parents to discuss free play and organized sports during the pandemic. Topics included ideas for less structured play at home, the importance of staying active, and how family routines are shifting during physical distancing.
- Jon Solomon, Aspen Institute Sports & Society Program Editorial Director
- Omar Vizquel, former MLB All-Star and Toros de Tijuana Manager
- Ruth J. Katz, Aspen Institute Vice President and Health, Medicine and Society Program Executive Director
- David Andreatta, Rochester (NY) CITY Newspaper Editor, youth sports parent and coach
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