Chicago Cubs star Anthony Rizzo took issue with Major League Baseball against the rain amid a coronavirus pandemic because his game Thursday night was postponed due to inclement weather.
Rizzo and the Cubs were determined to play the Cincinnati Reds when the rain forced the game to be postponed. However, the first baseman seemed upset by the policy of distancing himself from the company, while he and his teammates waited for the game to be postponed.
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“Player safety? @mlb Let’s sit for 8 hours plus inside the clubhouse. I’m sure I’ll find it somewhere in the security protocol for 113 players, “Rizzo tweeted.
Rizzo is a cancer survivor who has taken the necessary precautions to prevent coronavirus.
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Concerns that players became ill have increased as several Miami Marlins players and staffs become infected with the virus. A focus at the Marlins Club forced MLB to stop its season.
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The Marlins played the Philadelphia Phillies last weekend when positive tests were announced. Earlier on Thursday, the Phillies announced that two employees were positive for the virus. Their series against the Toronto Blue Jays was subsequently postponed.