The news of the positive checks was released in a letter attained by Usa Now sent from MLB’s Deputy Commissioner Dan Halem to Player’s Association legal professional Bruce Meyer, as the two sides work to arrive up with a official agreement to get the player’s again onto the industry, to salvage at minimum some of the season.
“The proliferation of COVID-19 outbreaks all over the place in excess of the previous week, and the actuality that we previously know of several 40-gentleman roster gamers and team who have examined good, has enhanced the dangers affiliated with commencing spring instruction in the following couple of weeks,” Halem wrote.
A number of gamers are publicly questioning the leaking of the letter, on social media, as negotiations in between the two sides have taken a change for the even worse in current days.
Washington Nationals pitcher Sean Doolittle tweeted Monday, “First, I hope anyone is feeling okay and recovering properly. But the timing of this leak is suspicious and it feels genuinely gross.”
CNN has reached out to MLB and the players’ union for affirmation about this report.