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Nationals Manager Dave Martinez Says 2 Players Tested Positive for COVID-19

Jeff Roberson/Associated PressWashington Nationals manager Dave Martinez announced two players on the team tested positive for the coronavirus out of the 60 players tested, according to Stephen Whyno of the Associated Press.MLB announced Friday the 3,185 tests across baseball yielded 38 positive results for COVID-19, including 31 players and seven staff members.All players were required to get…

Nationals’ Ryan Zimmerman, Joe Ross will sit out 2020 MLB season over COVID-19 concerns

Major League Baseball has decided to go ahead with plans for a 60-game 2020 season amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, but some players are making the decision to not participate. As part of the league and the MLB Players Association (MLBPA) COVID-19 health and safety protocols, any MLB player can decide to opt out of…

The National’s Aaron Dessner wrongly identified an antifa supersoldier by conspiracy thugs

Photo: Frank Hoensch (Getty Images)This past weekend, as protests over the death of George Floyd raged throughout the country, President Donald Trump sought to place all the blame on antifa, a resistance philosophy that is quite literally an abbreviation of “antifascist.” This, of course, sent his glue-brained sycophants on the hunt for antifa’s scheming leaders,…

Nationals’ Max Scherzer: Players aren’t budging on salary reductions, won’t accept another pay cut

Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here. Washington Nationals star Max Scherzer became the latest major athlete in the sport to dismiss Major League Baseball’s reported economic plan of a sliding scale salary to start the coronavirus-shortened 2020 season.The World Series champion pitcher, a member of the MLB…

Nationals’ Max Scherzer slams MLB’s pay cut proposition as non-starter

playWill MLB and MLBPA agree on proposed salary cuts? (2:45)Jeff Passan breaks down how exactly Major League Baseball would be conducting salary cuts from the highest-paid to lowest-paid players. (2:45)12:26 AM ETESPN News Services Washington Nationals ace Max Scherzer, among eight players on the Major League Baseball Players Association's executive subcommittee, issued a statement late…

Nationals’ World Series ring features D.C. monuments, ‘Baby Shark’ nod

8:30 PM ETESPN News Services The Washington Nationals unveiled the design of their 2019 World Series championship ring on Sunday after players nixed a plan to hold a virtual ring presentation ceremony, an approach brought about by the coronavirus pandemic.Initially, the Nationals announced that they were going to give out the rings during a show…

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Coronavirus cases are quickly spreading in Arizona, a handful of southern and western states and, ominously, Oklahoma — the planned site of President Trump's controversial rally this weekend.Why it matters: Once community spread takes off, cases can begin to increase exponentially.The big picture: “We’re at a point where there are warning signs going off, and…

The budget strain of the George Floyd protests

Cities and states have spent millions of dollars on police overtime over the past few weeks during the Black Lives Matter protests.Why it matters: Government budgets already were under severe strain from coronavirus shutdowns, due to steep tax revenue declines, and these extra expenses could make it even more difficult to meet obligations. By the…

“No advantage”: The WHO halts hydroxychloroquine trials on coronavirus clients

The World Health Organization has announced that it has stopped trials examining the potential of hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for the novel coronavirus after its multi-country trials showed "no benefit."The big picture: The WHO paused last month tests of the anti-malarial drug after a review published in The Lancet stated potentially fatal health problems. It…

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