Ron Roenicke Reveals Red Sox Players Have Tested Positive For COVID-19


July 3, 2020

The Red Sox did not enter MLB Summer Camp with a clean bill of health.

Boston manager Ron Roenicke on Friday announced multiple players recently tested positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by SARS-CoV-2. Roenicke revealed neither who tested positive nor how many players tested positive, citing HIPAA laws and Major League Baseball rules, respectively.

However, Roenicke did disclose that left-handed pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez did not report to camp Friday after recently being around someone who was sick. Rodriguez’s COVID-19 test results had not come in as of early Friday afternoon.

Here’s everything you need to know, via The Boston Herald’s Jason Mastrodonato and’s Ian Browne:

The Red Sox’s exact Opening Day date hasn’t been confirmed, but they will begin their season either July 23 or July 24.

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