Another Yankees minor leaguer has coronavirus

Another Yankees minor leaguer has coronavirus Coronavirus has made its way to another Yankees minor leaguer. After 17-year-old pitcher Denny Larrondo was the first professional baseball player to test positive for COVID-19 on Friday, another minor leaguer in the organization has tested positive, The Post’s Joel Sherman confirmed. The Yankees have quarantined their minor leaguers…

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COVID-19 Roundup: Shortened Seasons

COVID-19 Roundup: Shortened Seasons This is the second installment of a daily series in which the FanGraphs staff rounds up the latest developments regarding the COVID-19 virus’ effect on baseball. Given the speed with which national guidelines on COVID-19 are changing, you could be forgiven for not keeping up with its implications for baseball. Since…

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COVID-19 Adds Obstacles for Minor Leaguers

COVID-19 Adds Obstacles for Minor Leaguers Last Wednesday night, the day before MLB shuttered spring training and delayed the start to its season, I was texting with a baseball operations employee in a National League front office. We discussed the likelihood of cancellations, the chaos that would inevitably follow, and the repercussions for players and…

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