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Sport Coronavirus: Dodgers' Price opts out of MLB season due to COVID-19 concerns

03:50  05 july  2020
03:50  05 july  2020 Source:   performgroup.com

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Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher David Price will not play this season because of concerns over the coronavirus pandemic.

The start of the 2020 MLB campaign was scheduled to get underway in March before it was postponed due to the COVID-19 crisis.

Now, a 60-game regular season is set to begin on July 23 but Price – who was acquired from the Boston Red Sox along with 2018 American League MVP Mookie Betts in February for Alex Verdugo and prospects – will not be involved.

"After considerable thought and discussion with my family and the Dodgers, I have decided it is in the best interest of my health and my family's health for me not to play this season," Price announced via social media on Saturday.

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"I will miss my team-mates and will be cheering for them throughout the season and on to a World Series victory. I'm sorry I won't be playing for you this year, but look forward to representing you next year.

"Stay safe, be well, and be kind. And go Dodgers!"

The announcement by the five-time All-Star comes a day after Los Angeles Angels star Mike Trout said he was not "comfortable" with the current situation and is still unsure whether he will play due to his pregnant wife.

San Francisco Giants veteran catcher Buster Posey said he may choose not to play in 2020 on Saturday.

Colorado Rockies outfielder Ian Desmond, Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Mike Leake and Washington Nationals team-mates Joe Ross and Ryan Zimmerman have already said they will not play this season.

Price was set to earn $32million this season, with the Red Sox paying $16m of that, before the coronavirus crisis.

The 2012 AL Cy Young award winner went 7-5 with a 4.28 ERA for Boston last season and helped the Red Sox defeat the Dodgers in the 2018 World Series.

Here's a complete list of NBA players opting out of 2020 season return .
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