Also, pitcher Kyle Hendricks The team said the right-handed player was sick and injured “with great care” against Milwaukee from the start of Tuesday.
Cubs manager David Ross said none of the players did a positive test, but the team is paying attention to the coach’s condition.
“If you have a headache, a runny nose, a sore body, one of the COVID symptoms, or something that might be happening, be careful,” he said. Said on Tuesday afternoon.
The Cubs tested zero positive in 2020, but had no luck this season. The driver tested positive last week, but Young received a positive test on Monday morning, forcing three rescuers to be on the list that day as well.
“The driver was vaccinated once when the test was positive, but Young was completely vaccinated when he caught the virus. He thought he was vaccinated before the second vaccination. “It has been done,” Ross explained.
It is assumed that the three rescuers were in close contact with Young while in the bullpen, but Duffy represents the first non-pitcher to appear on the COVID-19-related injured list.
It is unknown when players and coaches will return.
The Cubs called Ildemaro Vargas from another location to replace Duffy on the roster.
Ross pointed out that climate change could be the reason why some players don’t feel the best.
“Some people are dealing with the symptoms we want to be aware of,” Ross repeated.
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Infielder Matt Duffy joins other Chicago Cubs players on COVID-19 related injured list
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