“It’s nice to see smiling faces,” ray manager Kevin Kevin Cash said on a video conference call with reporters after practice.
Those present played catch, took part in conditioning exercises and worked in emergency weight rooms on the ground, Cash said. He said everyone at the facility was wearing a mask, but the players were allowed to take it off when they exercised.
“It’s nice to see new faces,” Meadows told reporters on the phone. “It’s been a long time since we have to see each other and get along and become routine. So today is good to have a slight change of scenery.”
Cash said everyone who took part – players and staff – underwent temperature checks and was asked medical questions before being approved to enter the facility.
“Obviously the first priority is security and things like that,” Meadows said. “We will do whatever we need to do, whatever precautions we need to take just to get out and play again. I think many people can say the same thing. … I believe in MLB, I believe in unions. just to put together a plan to keep us safe. “
That Houston Astros also announced that they will allow players to access the Minute Maid Park and their spring training facility on West Palm Beach, Florida, starting Monday.
“Our first priority remains on the safety of the players, staff and their families. That will never change,” Astros general manager James Click said in a statement. “This is interesting and is a very positive step for our players to return to our facilities, even to a limited extent. This will give our players the benefit of receiving individual attention from our staff, who can provide professionalism and expertise. That is important.”
Astros said in their announcement that all personnel entering the facility would be inspected and cleaned by medical professionals and that no more than four players could be at the facility at one time.
In addition, each ball thrower will be given his own basketball set for the bullpen session. Players must wear masks when not exercising, and coaches and staff must wear personal protective equipment at all times.
Neither Sinar nor Astros will open training for the media or for the audience.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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