Aaron Nola reported to camp with the Philadelphia Phillies on Monday after waiting a few extra days because he was exposed to the coronavirus.
"All my tests came back negative," Nola said. "If you don't have symptoms and you come in contact with somebody who ends up testing positive, you're out for probably at least seven days. That could possibly be two starts. It's obviously going to be a hard part of it. And sometimes it's out of our control. We just have to try to do our part every day."
The Phillies have had seven players and five staff members test positive for the virus, but none have been specifically identified.