After their first four games were postponed due to the positive testing of Covid-19 within the organization, the Nationals announced today’s opener list. It is said that four national players have tested positive, and several players in the organization are considered close friends, and they are also accepting the agreement.Tuesday’s announcement was accompanied by a series of dizzying moves, including the placement of catchers. Yan Guomei with Alex Avila; left handed Patrick Corbin, Brad Hand with Jon Lester; Infielder Josh Harrison with Jordy Mercer; First baseman Josh Bell; And outfielder Kyle Schwarber On the list of Covid-1
After a series of corresponding actions, the Nats recalled the receiver Three barriers; right handed Ryne Harper with Kyle McGowin; Infielder Carter Kieboom with Luis Garcia; left handed Sam Clay; And outfielder Yadiel Hernandez From their alternate training location.Washington also chose the contract of the veteran catcher Jonathan Lucroy And outfielder Cody Wilson. Wilson was specifically designated as a “replacement player”, indicating that he can be removed from the 40-man roster and then returned to the minor without removing the immunity, because the affected national team players have been approved to return to the roster.
It’s worth noting that shortstops are included in the National Open Day roster Trea Turner —This is a welcome development after Turner’s absence yesterday and the team’s workout. Manager Dave Martinez told reporters that Turner had not been allowed to enter the scene yesterday (Twitter link via Jesse Dougherty of The Washington Post), so it seems that he today The agreement was cleared in the morning.Turner will join the infield on the opening day in the following ways Ryan Zimmerman, Hernan Perez (Second) and Starlin Castro (third).Naters will give Andrew Stevenson Nod in the left field Victor Robles with Juan Soto, And Lucroy shot after the game, Max Scherzer.
The Nationals will make up for yesterday’s postponed match with the Warriors in the doubles match tomorrow. It is not clear when they can make up for the three delayed games against the Mets, although considering that they are opponents in divisional games, the rest of the season will provide ample opportunities for these games.