Tribe right-hander will now quarantine and endure subsequent testing whereas away from the workforce.
CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Indians look like taking COVID-19 security and precautionary measures very severely.
Apparently a bunch of beginning pitchers will not be.
Simply someday after it was revealed that Tribe right-hander Zach Plesac had left the workforce resort on a latest street journey in Chicago to go to associates and was despatched again to Cleveland in a rental automotive, the Indians introduced that fellow starter Mike Clevinger additionally violated workforce protocols on the identical journey and can now must quarantine and endure subsequent testing along with lacking Tuesday’s scheduled begin in opposition to the Chicago Cubs at Progressive Area.
Adam Plutko is scheduled to begin rather than Clevinger on Tuesday.
The Cleveland Indians launched an announcement asserting the Clevinger developments.
“At the moment the group discovered that RHP Mike Clevinger violated workforce protocols on the membership’s latest street journey to Chicago. He has been instructed to quarantine and can endure subsequent testing whereas away from the workforce,” the assertion learn.
“Adam Plutko will begin in his place on Tuesday night time in opposition to the Chicago Cubs. The Cleveland Indians will proceed to maintain the well being and security of our gamers, coaches and workers members as our prime precedence,” the assertion mentioned.
Based on a number of studies, Clevinger was out in Chicago with Plesac, however not like his fellow teammate who drove again to Cleveland, Clevinger truly flew residence with the membership.
It’s unclear whether or not another Tribe gamers had been out with Plesac and Clevinger.