Some MLB Players Opt Out of the 2020 Season, Others Test Positive for COVID-19

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The 2020 MLB season may be coming back but not every player will be. 

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, the MLB season has been shortened to 60 games and since multiple players have tested positive for COVID-19, others are deciding to opt-out this season. 

Some MLB players opting out of 2020 season while others test positive for the coronavirus.

Some MLB players opting out of 2020 season while others test positive for the coronavirus.

Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher, David Price, has decided to opt-out of the 2020 MLB season. Some players aren't opting out though, some are unfortunately getting sick. Freddie Freeman tested positive for the coronavirus and is symptomatic.

So as the coronavirus cases continue to sore the question remains what will the 2020 MLB season look like and how will teams adjust?. Kaitlin O'Toole is joined by Howard Cole from InsideTheDodgers and SI's baseball writer Emma Baccellieri for more on this.