MLB expected to advise teams to end organized group workouts
Major League Baseball is expected to send out guidelines advising teams to end organized group workouts, according to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic.
The guidelines would advise teams to end organized and group workouts at spring and home parks but would allow for individual needs to continue. The guidelines aim to better align the league with social-distancing practices.
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