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Brewers basic supervisor David Stearns released a statement Saturday about Cain’s choice, while Cain later launched his own statement, through Mark Feinsand of MLB com:
In the 10 days given that MLB’s regular season began, the frustrating story has actually been about the COVID-19 cases on multiple teams, which has resulted in considerable modifications to the schedule.
ESPN’s Jesse Rogers reported Friday that the Miami Marlins were “getting several sleeper buses” to transport gamers and team member who have actually evaluated positive for the infection from Philadelphia, where the team has been quarantined since its season-opening series last weekend, to Miami.
The Marlins and Phillies have not played considering that Sunday.
Per The Athletic’s Mark Saxon, the St. Louis Cardinals had 3 team member and one player test favorable for COVID-19 The Cardinals had announced Friday that two players evaluated positive for the virus, causing MLB to postpone their game versus the Makers till Sunday.
Per ESPN’s Jeff Passan, MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred told MLBPA executive director Tony Clark on Friday that the season could be shut down if favorable cases weren’t included.
The season began July 23 and is scheduled to end Sept. 27, leading into an expanded 16- team postseason.
Cain appeared in 5 of Milwaukee’s 6 video games. The 34- year-old hit.333/.429/.389 in 18 at-bats.