All eyes have been on the Phillies this week as fans and the MLB await daily coronavirus tests from the Phillies camp. On Friday afternoon, the Phillies received good news that no new players tested positive.
"I think there is a lot of trying to figure it out as they go," continued Zolecki. "I get the league has been criticized and there is a lot confusion going on. I do think it's because this has never been done before so they are trying to figure it out as they go. I think the reason why the Phillies are in a bad spot is because... if the Marlins had left town on Sunday and been fine and the coach and two clubhouse attendants had tested postive, I think they would have been playing these games. But because there is such a huge number with the Marlins, there is a concern of ok, the last thing we want to do is send a team that potentially could have an outbreak, the Phillies, and have them play another team, the Yankees, and now the Yankees are infected."
The Phillies next scheduled game is on Tuesday, August 4th against the Marlins