If Major League Baseball gets back on the field this season, it will look totally different.
Among some of things that is being proposed, no rush to swarm a player, no high-fives, no hugs, no dumping of Gatorade in celebration.
Major League Baseball delivered a 67 page plan for reopening to clubs and the players union last week.
New policies range from expanded, aggressive use of testing, to no spitting sunflower seeds.
Players, umpires, coaches and staff will undergo multiple temperature checks each day.
Any player or coach who experiences a high fever or coronavirus-like symptoms will be instructed to self-quarantine and notify the team.
Former Mizzou and NFL great Jeremy Machlin is giving back to his school district to help in the fight against COVID-19.
Machlin recently donated fifteen thousand dollars within the Parkway School District’s COVID-19 relief fund.
Maclin currently lives within the Parkway School District in the St. Louis area.
Machlin also decided to help the Kirkwood School District, where he grew up.
He and his crew passed out fifteen thousand dollars worth of non-perishable food and hygiene items to Kirkwood families this week.