SI Insider: The Poor Decisions a Few Players Make Reflect Poorly on the Rest of the MLB

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Playing during the coronavirus pandemic makes the MLB season volatile and very trying time for the league and its teams. Last week, a few individual players made headlines in the wrong way. One Cleveland pitcher, Zach Plesac, went out with friends after a game endangering his teammates and their families and on the field, Ramón Laureano, was hit by a pitch while playing the Houston Astros and then incited a brawl. SI senior writer Tom Verducci shares his thoughts on why these actions are inexcusable especially during the pandemic.