Does that apply since the games are outdoors?
Workers in New York City who perform in-person work or interact with the public in the course of business must show proof that they have received a COVID-19 vaccine.
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There is an exception for visiting players. However, Kyrie as an unvaccinated employee of an NYC business is not allowed to play.I don't follow the NBA. Does this also apply to visiting players? Obviously it is an issue traveling to Canada. But have unvaxxed NBA players been playing in NYC?
Copying Tampa Bay? Holmes might be pretty nasty for two innings at the start of a game.At a time when everyone seems to be erring on the short side of pitcher outings and worrying that their guys will have to be built up too fast, Clay Holmes pitched to 15 batters in today's spring training game. Not sure what to make of that.
Now that it is 28 man roster for April, add Cabrera and King, that is much better. That gives NY a few extra weeks to move relievers if they want.An early guess at Opening Day roster:
Bench: Brantly or 3rd catcher TBA, Gardner (yep), Marwin, LeMahieu
On the 40 in AAA: Locastro, Florial, Cabrera, Peraza, Andujar, Pereira
Veterans in AAA: Ender Inciarte, Ronald Guzman, Jose Peraza
I kind of hate how old that bench is but I guess it's just a starting point for the season.
If the rosters are 26 to start the season (still unknown and all of those guys are healthy, NY really should trade at least 1 and give themselves some flexibility, I would maybe move 2 of Luetge/Rodriguez/Green (his final year).
IL: German, Britton
Pitchers on the 40 man in AAA: King, Schmidt, Gil, Garcia, Medina, Sears, Ridings, Marinaccio, Aybar
Non-40 man pitchers who can maybe help: Ryan Weber, Greg Weissert, Matt Krook, Manny Banuelos, Ken Waldichuk, Hayden Wesneski, Jimmy Cordero
Nice. What did he previously sit at?Clarke Schmidt also throwing harder than ever before today, maybe they don’t actually need pitching help.
You would think they would want to hang on and give a chance to a guy who has such potentialI think more in the 94 range, there are a bunch of interesting tweets about his outing today if you search his name.
It seems like that's what they're doing, see how all the internal options actually look and then go after someone mid-season if they need.You would think they would want to hang on and give a chance to a guy who has such potential
It’s funny because he was a disaster defensively with Severino in the first inning, two balks to the backstop (both catchable), crossups, odd pitch selection…Higgy has homered off Kyle Gibson and Brad Hand today along with a single. Gotta be the starting catcher and heavy part of any platoon, right?