FILE PHOTO: The empty field and stands at Nationals Park, home of Major League Baseball’s (MLB) Washington Nationals, are seen after it was reported MLB owners approved a plan that could start the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak-delayed season around the Fourth of July in ballparks without fans, in Washington, U.S., May 13, 2020. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst/File Photo
Major League Baseball will perform thousands of tests for the coronavirus each week and require social distancing among players and staff, according to its road map of how the league can return to play, The Athletic reported on Saturday.
Major League Baseball gave the 67-page document to the Major League Baseball Players Association on Friday night for their review, input and ultimately, approval. MLB is striving to begin a shortened 2020 season by early July.
Per The Athletic, the document spells out a comprehensive plan that includes MLB requiring regular testing for all players, managers, coaches and…
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