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Sport: Michigan State football team to quarantine after two staffers test positive for coronavirus

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  Juan Soto cleared to return following negative coronavirus tests Soto tested positive for the coronavirus on Opening Day, and he has had several negative tests since. He was reportedly frustrated with the league’s testing process.Soto has tested negative for COVID-19 enough times for Major League Baseball to give him the green light, according to Bob Nightengale of USA Today.

The Michigan State football team offered evidence of just how difficult college football season will be after a series of positive tests led to the entire team quarantining.

  Michigan State football team to quarantine after two staffers test positive for coronavirus © Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

On Thursday, Michigan State paused its football workouts after a team staffer tested positive for COVID-19. A day later, the school announced that a second member of the staff and one player had also tested positive. As a result, the entire football team will quarantine for 14 days.

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The Spartans are far from the first school to deal with COVID-19, but the likes of LSU and Clemson reported a spate of positive tests before workouts got underway. The Spartans are the first to deal with a potential outbreak within the program during workouts. The two-week quarantine essentially takes the team out of action until the official start of training camp, which is likely to leave players behind physically.

The pandemic has had significant impacts on college football already. Beyond schedule changes, coaches have had to adapt and adjust due to a lack of in-person offseason activities. That’s especially hard for first-year coaches, including the Spartans’ Mel Tucker.

MLB, MLBPA reportedly considering further rules changes for 2020

  MLB, MLBPA reportedly considering further rules changes for 2020 It appears that the recent run of COVID-19 infections within the Marlins organization has prompted further contemplation of rules changes. The MLB Players Association has reached out to its members to gauge their sentiment regarding a few potential tweaks, per Britt Ghiroli of The Athletic. © Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Sports The 30-man roster currently is in effect for first 2 weeks of the season. The proposed changes, if enacted, would be in place for the 2020 season. Right now, the 2 matters are only under discussion. No firm decisions made by the union or MLB. https://t.

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