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Sport Nationals' Juan Soto could be cleared by MLB soon?

02:53  26 july  2020
02:53  26 july  2020 Source:   msn.com

Nationals' Juan Soto could be cleared by MLB soon?

  Nationals' Juan Soto could be cleared by MLB soon? Juan Soto appears to be inching closer to a return after being sidelined due to a positive coronavirus test. © Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports After taking two additional tests, Juan Soto could be cleared to return if both tests return negative results. According to Jesse Dougherty of the Washington Post, Soto received a lab-confirmed negative test result on Saturday. That test result was independent of MLB’s official protocol, but Soto has been tested twice by the league on Thursday and Friday. If both of those results come back negative, he could receive clearance to return.

WASHINGTON -- Nationals left fielder Juan Soto has tested positive for COVID-19. Soto was placed on the COVID-19 injured list, and he will not play in tonight’s opener against the Yankees. In a Zoom call with reporters, general manager Mike Rizzo said Soto -- who had previously tested negative four

Nationals outfielder Juan Soto , one of the best players in MLB , tested positive for COVID-19. Yankees’ odds shoot up after Juan Soto news. Anyone who bet the Nationals as a home underdog NBA and NHL are set to restart soon , and the NFL is still planning to start the season on time in early

Juan Soto appears to be inching closer to a return after being sidelined due to a positive coronavirus test.

Michael Pineda wearing a helmet holding a baseball bat: After taking two additional tests, Juan Soto could be cleared to return if both tests return negative results. © Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports After taking two additional tests, Juan Soto could be cleared to return if both tests return negative results.

According to Jesse Dougherty of the Washington Post, Soto received a lab-confirmed negative test result on Saturday. That test result was independent of MLB’s official protocol, but Soto has been tested twice by the league on Thursday and Friday. If both of those results come back negative, he could receive clearance to return.

Juan Soto cleared to return following negative coronavirus tests

  Juan Soto cleared to return following negative coronavirus tests Soto tested positive for the coronavirus on Opening Day, and he has had several negative tests since. He was reportedly frustrated with the league’s testing process.Soto has tested negative for COVID-19 enough times for Major League Baseball to give him the green light, according to Bob Nightengale of USA Today.

Washington Nationals outfielder Juan Soto has tested positive for coronavirus, GM Mike Rizzo has confirmed, and will miss the team’s opening night game Thursday against the New York Yankees. Nats GM Mike Rizzo says Juan Soto is on the COVID-19 IL after positive test and is asymptomatic.

Nationals star Juan Soto will miss his team's opening night game against the Yankees and beyond. Nats GM Mike Rizzo says Juan Soto is on the COVID-19 IL after positive test and is asymptomatic.

Since his initial positive, all of Soto’s tests have come back negative. It’s not clear when the MLB-administered test results are expected back, but he definitely won’t be available Saturday night against the New York Yankees.

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What I'm Hearing: Just hours before Opening Day, Nationals superstar Juan Soto tested positive for COVID-19. Any excitement related to baseball 's return was met with the harsh reality of the pandemic, says Gabe Lacques.

Juan Soto tested positive for the novel coronavirus and will miss the start of the MLB season, Washington Nationals General Manager The results were not lab confirmed and will not factor into how and when Soto is cleared to play. Teams are permitted to serve as a point-of-care option when

Soto hit .282 with 34 home runs, 110 RBI and an OPS of .949 last year, emerging as a star for the World Series winners.

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