10:45 am: Olney said on Twitter that, despite the previous arrangement on Friday’s rest day, the Nats and the Mets will not make up games tomorrow. Joel Sherman of the New York Post heard the same thing and added that the league is more inclined to proceed with caution, especially considering the extra morning break in the schedule and the geography of the two teams. Distance makes it easier to rearrange the opener.
“USA Today”’s Bob Narengagel said on Twitter that the Nats are waiting for official confirmation of follow-up tests, but the preliminary results of the latest wave of tests do show the player’s second positive attitude.
Nats general manager Mike Rizzo said yesterday that his club hopes to make a series of corresponding lineup moves and play as scheduled. Obviously, this is not the case. ESPN’s Jeff Passan tweeted that this morning, citizens were concerned about “at least one more” positive test.
Although some of the actions on the roster planned by the national team have been exposed, the names of one or more players who tested positive are still unknown.The Washington Post’s Jesse Dougherty reported last night that the outfielder Yadiel Hernandez, Infielder Luis Garcia And left-handed Sam Clay Both got tickets for college students (Twitter link), and Robert Murray of FanSided added the catcher Three barriers Will join the major league club soon.
According to the Alliance’s 2021 Health and Safety Agreement, individuals who test positive will be quarantined for 10 days, while individuals in close contact will be quarantined for 7 days. The first positive test for the Nationals was Monday morning, although the club did not know the result until Wednesday.