Red Sox Prospect Bobby Dalbec Cleared To Play After Passing COVID-19 Protocol


July 11, 2020

Bobby Dalbec’s coronavirus-induced absence didn’t last long.

The Boston Red Sox on Saturday announced Dalbec had passed health protocols and was cleared to resume play. The 25-year-old recently tested positive for SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for the current global pandemic.

Dalbec worked out at Boston College on Saturday but will shift to Fenway Park for Sunday’s workout, according to reporter Ian Browne.

Dalbec is viewed as the best power-hitting prospect in Boston’s farm system.

In fact, the highly touted infielder is one of a few prospects who could debut with the Red Sox sometime this season.

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