What Are Red Sox Doing To Limit Time Unvaccinated Players Spend Around Team?
Chris Sale revealed he was one member of the Boston Red Sox who is unvaccinated against COVID-19, and with a report that Major League Baseball is cracking down on vaccinations come the postseason, many wondered what the team can do to limit time the unvaccinated players spend around the clubhouse.
MLB To Require COVID Vaccinations For Non-Player Team Personnel To Gain Access To Field In Postseason
Major League Baseball will require non-player team personnel, including managers and coaching staff members, to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to gain access to the field and other restricted areas this postseason, reports Ken Rosenthal of the Athletic ( Twitter links).
MLB extends Marcell Ozuna's administrative leave, per report
Major League Baseball along with the MLBPA has extended Atlanta Braves outfielder Marcell Ozuna's administrative leave through September 24 according to a report by The Athletic's David O'Brien.
Dodgers at Reds Series Preview: A Battle Between National League Contenders
The Dodgers fell to 65-45 on the season on August 6th, losing a frustrating game to Patrick Sandoval and the Angels, 4-3. The loss kept them 4 games behind San Francisco, and LA fans were frustrated.
MLB.com Names Pedro Martinez As 'Best Player' From Year 2000
Pedro Martinez's 2000 season was one he, and many other Boston Red Sox fans probably will remember for the rest of time.
Shaun Wade explained the differences he's noticed between the Patriots and Ravens
"It's a totally different atmosphere."
The Red Sox open a three-game series tonight at 7:10 p.m. against the Orioles.
New York's two cultural pillars: The interconnected relationship between the Yankees and Broadway
Earlier this year, the return of fans to Yankee Stadium, first in limited capacities and then with unrestricted attendance, marked a major milestone in the reopening of New York, a city that was both among the first cities hit by the COVID-19 pandemic and among its hardest hit.
Dodgers Could Be Headed Towards the Wrong Side of History Without a Division Win
No team in baseball history has ever done this.
There is a very good chance that the Dodgers could win over 100 games and still not win their division.
Minnie Minoso's legacy lives on as 'Jackie Robinson' of Latino players
In his native Cuba, Orestes "Minnie" Miñoso was more than just a popular baseball player, the first Latino superstar in the majors.
The Daily Chop: Thursday washout, rotation plans and more
The Atlanta Braves' homestand ended in a washout Thursday as the series finale was postponed due to unplayable conditions at Truist Park.