Mike Yastrzemski talked about the energy Hunter Pence brings to the Giants' clubhouse. He said it's something that can't be ignored.

More than the energy, the Giants' outfielder has a certain light about him. One of positivity. He showed that during a very important time.

The sports world, along with everything else, is taking a major hit with the coronavirus pandemic. 

Major League Baseball announced a two-week delay from the original Opening Day dates. It's been reported this pushback could extend beyond that, but as Pence says, there is more to it than canceled spring training games.

Athletes across the various sports have made it known we're all being impacted by this. 

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In addition to social media posts toward fans, NBA stars Kevin Love, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Zion Williamson and Blake Griffin have donated to workers in their respective home arenas to support those impacted by the shutdown. Warriors' owner Joe Lacob also said he and the team are working on a plan to follow suit for those working at Chase Center. 

It's a tough time right now, but Pence shows there are things to be thankful for.