Major League Baseball's fitful attempts to restart its season have been anything but smooth.
Things hit another snag after the July 4th holiday weekend, when several MLB teams had to call off practices or workouts owing to shortages of Covid-19 tests as well as outstanding test results.
Needless to say the incident did not inspire confidence about the upcoming 60-game season.
"We still have a lot more that we just don't know about," Mike Francesa said on Monday.
"We still have a lot of concern, a lot of question marks, and a lot of things to answer. And baseball showed over the weekend -- testing problem after testing malfunction -- it's not a good look. By their own admission, not a good look."
With fewer than three weeks until Opening Day 2.0, the Mike's On host and sports talk radio legend warned that the 60-game season, imposed by Commissioner Rob Manfred, could be in jeopardy.
"So, the time now is drawing near. The questions are getting louder, the uncertainty growing."