As the league gears up to play the 2020 season amidst a global pandemic, some players have discussed the prospect of wearing face masks during games.
With the dawn of the 2020 MLB season fast approaching, players across the league have weighed in on the league’s health protocols and testing plan. Among the steps players are taking to help ensure safety throughout the 60-game season? Wearing their masks during games.
Astros infielder Aledmys Diaz told the Houston Chronicle‘s Chandler Rome that he’s going to try to wear his mask during games, citing safety concerns for his wife and children.
“I’m going to try,” Diaz said. “I think we have to be smart about this. I feel like if I feel comfortable wearing a mask playing on the field, I’m going to use it.”
Diaz isn’t alone in considering this tactic. Earlier this week, Rangers catcher Robinson Chirinos pointed out his proximity to
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