Wonder if a player or staff has been diagnosed and finished with Covid, if they still get tested. I don’t think it has been determined yet whether this is a one and done type of virus or not.
Edit: I posted and then read the thread, my mistake. I see this is sort of been discussed already. But still wondering if they do test everybody regardless.
If there are no fans, probably impossible to get.
I wonder if I have a gold mine: I have a 2020 All Star Game, Opening Day, Twins, Brewers, and Rangers commutative baseballs. Don’t think any of them are getting used this year.
Too soon. Too soon.
If they don’t do a Prince-like symbol, they should look into:
D.C Lakers - No lakes in L.A. No lakes in D.C.
D.C. Jazz - Makes more sense than Utah being the hometown of Duke Ellington
D.C. Patriots - why should New England have a monopoly on loving America
Washington SuperSonics - eat it, Seattle.
I'll repeat the same argument I made years ago.
The Fighting Irish.
Pejorative term about an ethnic group.
Just last year they held a baseball tournament called the "Hillbilly classic"
The Arkansas Travelers have this lovely ethnic stereotype as a mascot.
Yeah it is a hot spot right now. It is hard for states that have already been hit hard to continue to have high rates of infections. Maryland is above the National average in death rate and Florida is well below it. Probably end up in the same place in the end. Players from states already hit hard are more likely to test negative as they are more likely to have had it and recovered.