Nats’ recreation ppd. attributable to 12 optimistic COVID instances


Wednesday’s recreation between the Nationals and Phillies in Philadelphia has been postponed attributable to COVID-19 points involving members of the Washington group, the league introduced.

Sources informed ESPN’s Jeff Passan that a number of gamers and coaches examined optimistic Wednesday, a day after Nationals All-Star shortstop Trea Turner was pulled within the first inning of Tuesday’s recreation after returning a optimistic take a look at.

MLB mentioned in an announcement that the sport was postponed to “permit for continued testing and speak to tracing involving members of the Nationals group.” The sport might be made up as a part of a doubleheader on Thursday afternoon, with the primary recreation scheduled for 12:05 p.m. ET.

The timeline for Turner’s optimistic end result suggests his take a look at was taken Monday.

Nationals supervisor Dave Martinez informed reporters that he could not touch upon whether or not Turner has been vaccinated.

Washington additionally handled a COVID-19 outbreak forward of Opening Day, forcing the group to begin its season 5 days later than it was presupposed to.

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