Chicago Cubs star Anthony Rizzo focused on the Major League Baseball rain delay protocol in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, as his game was postponed on Thursday night due to bad weather.
Rizzo and the dice were set to play for the Reds in Cincinnati when the rain forced the game to be postponed. However, the first major seems to be upset by social distancing policies as he and his teammates wait to see if the game will be postponed.
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“Player safety? @mlb let’s sit in the club house for about 8 hours. “I’m sure I can find this somewhere in the 113-page player̵
Rizzo survived cancer and took the necessary precautions to prevent coronavirus.
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Concerns about players getting sick have intensified after several Miami Marlins players and employees became infected with the virus. The outburst at Marlins’ clubhouse forced MLB to end its season.
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The Marlin played Philadelphia Phyllis last weekend when the positive tests were announced. Earlier Thursday, Phyllis announced that two employees tested positive for the virus. Their series against the Toronto Blue Jays was subsequently postponed.