2 non-vaxed White Sox gamers to take a seat out Jays collection initially appeared on NBC Sports Chicago
The White Sox will place two gamers on the restricted record earlier than their collection in Toronto subsequent week as a result of they don’t seem to be vaccinated, common supervisor Rick Hahn stated.
Players who aren’t vaccinated can’t enter Canada and due to this fact can’t play video games towards the Blue Jays in Toronto. Teams could place these gamers on the restricted record, the place they don’t obtain pay or accrue service time.
“We’ve got a couple more games to play before we get to that point,” Hahn stated Saturday. “Similar to what other teams have had to deal with on their way in.
“I certainly respect the fact that that’s the law of the land up there and we’ll be compliant.”
The White Sox go to the Rays in Tampa Bay subsequent weekend after the three-game collection on the Blue Jays, a troublesome stretch towards two playoff contenders.
“I’d say overall, as an organization from top to bottom,” Hahn stated, “we have done a tremendous job in terms of doing everything we can in our power to get people vaxed, get people protected and take care of themselves, take care of their teammates, their family, their communities.
“As a whole, the organization can be very proud of that fact, and I think you set a really good example for others.
“The fact that a couple individuals exercise their right to make an individual choice, I respect that and look forward to them rejoining us in Tampa.”
White Sox outfielder Luis Robert, who’s vaccinated, landed on the COVID-19-related IL this week with delicate signs. He was beforehand dominated out for this weekend’s crosstown collection vs. the Cubs.
Hahn stated Robert is progressing and the newest they count on him to return can be subsequent weekend’s collection in Tampa Bay.
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