Nationals announce at least 2 more players tested positive for COVID

Nationals announce at least 2 more players tested positive for COVID

Thats since basic manager Mike Rizzo has come out and stated that an additional 2 gamers have actually evaluated favorable, and theres also an additional player who is “most likely” positive. Earlier in the day, it was announced that Thursdays face-off with the Mets would be held off too..

At least two more Nationals players have evaluated favorable for the coronavirus.
It goes without stating, but this outbreak inside the Nationals clubhouse sure is worrying. Now, all the gamers who have tested favorable will need to follow the needed protocols and do whatever possible to make certain they do not spread out the infection to other colleagues or members of the training staff.
This is likewise the second successive season where the Nationals have been dealt some misfortune on Opening Day. Last year, hours before the very first pitch against the New York Yankees, super star slugger Juan Soto checked favorable. Quick forward to 2020 and now at least three gamers have the coronavirus, with a fourth most likely carrying it too.
While Thursdays tilt in between the Nats and Mets, which was set to feature Max Scherzer taking on Jacob deGrom, was pressed back, the expectation is that the 2 clubs will be able to get on the field this weekend to face off. We can just hope no additional favorable tests come in for either club.

WASHINGTON, DC – JULY 21: General Manager and President of Baseball Operations Mike Rizzo of the Washington Nationals searches from the stands prior to the game versus the Baltimore Orioles at Nationals Park on July 21, 2020 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images).
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More problem has actually arrived for the Washington Nationals, as basic supervisor Mike Rizzo has actually revealed that 2 more gamers have actually checked positive for the coronavirus..
With Opening Day here, Washington Nationals fans entered Thursday knowing that the team would be without at least five players due to a positive COVID-19 test and contact tracing. Now, much more concerning news has actually gotten here for the club.

Mike Rizzo states the Nationals have 2 extra players who are positive. There is another likely positive. In overall, 3 confirmed positives, one more likely.
Last year, hours before the very first pitch against the New York Yankees, super star slugger Juan Soto evaluated favorable.

Mike Rizzo says the Nationals have 2 additional players who are favorable. There is another likely favorable. In overall, 3 confirmed positives, one more likely.
All 4 are gamers.
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