IMO, you get it straight from Fauci and Giroir. Birx not so much. Part of the problem is that she's not very skilled at explaining things to a lay audience.
I'm getting close to the "no politics" line, if not over it, so I'll stop right there.
Just have to throw this out there, because how often is a famous person connected to one's family....
My daughter has Kaline blood! Ok, no directly Al Kaline's blood, but her grandmother (my mother in law) is Florence Kaline, cousin to Al Kaline. She did have enough of a connection to the family that we did get to meet him once at OPACY when he was broadcasting for the Tigers. He was very gracious and signed autograph's and took pictures with us. My mother in law's family is large so it was like 20+ of us there, but still was really a unique moment that I will never forget. And I have a picture of my daughter (she was too young to remember) with him. We were sorry to hear of his passing.
We talked about this in another thread recently. He was hurt in '72, but in '71 he hit 18 homers with Memorial Stadium being a bit of a pitcher's park. Fulton County had a HR park effect on par with Colorado. So from '71 to ''73 he went from 10 road homers to 17. Which isn't that crazy, I guess.
Goslin was a 1920s and 30s version of, I don't know... Andre Dawson or Dwight Evans or Dave Winfield. Somewhere in there. Had a huge home/road HR split (92/156) because Griffith Stadium was just impossible to hit homers in. It's was like 402 to left and over 350 to RF with a huge concrete wall.
Averill's career was like Kirby Puckett, in the 30s. Center fielder, relatively short career, marginal HOFer on career value. Although he played three full, peak years in the PCL back when they were independent that he should probably get some extra credit for. Which mostly accounts for him not making his MLB debut until 27. From age 27+ Averill was worth more than Mantle, Gwynn, Kaline, Stargell, McCovey, about on par with Biggio, Thome, Manny Ramirez.
So what in the world happened to Davey Johnson in 1973? In his first year with the Braves in his age 30 season he hit 43 HRs and yet never topped 18 in any other season. Looking at the park effects it seems like Atlanta Stadium was a bandbox that year and three members of that team topped 40 HRs, but that still seems just absolutely wild to me.