The Nationals and Braves will constitute their match which was postponed Monday because of Washington’s coronavirus epidemic as part of a doubleheader Wednesday.
Major League Baseball announced the shift Monday while Nationals players were exercising at Nationals Park.
Four players around the Nationals have tested positive for COVID-19 and more have now been put under quarantine after touch tracing determined they possibly were exposed.
The Nationals strategy to include infielder Luis Garcia, outfielder Yadiel Hernandez, catcher Tres Barrera, right-hander Kyle McGowin and left-hander for their 26-man roster for Tuesday’s season opener against the Braves, as stated by the Athletic.
The 2019 World Series winners have to play a match this year. Their opening three-game show from the New York Mets was postponed completely. Nationals and Braves will play with two seven-inning games on Wednesday, with the first beginning at 12:05 p.m. ET.