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Meet the Olympic speed skater who achieved dream of playing pro baseball

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Eddy Alvarez, a 2014 Olympic medalist for speed skating, tells TODAY’s Craig Melvin and Dylan Dreyer about making his MLB debut with the Miami Marlins for the restart of the abbreviated season. “Winning a medal was one thing, but getting that phone call saying that I accomplished my lifelong dream, was another,” said Alvarez.