Dodgers' Dustin May Describes What MLB's COVID-19 Protocols Have Been Like


Dodgers' Dustin May Describes What MLB's COVID-19 Protocols Have Been Like
Doug Gottlieb: “What has this been like? It’s a different type of quarantine and it’s a different type of ‘bubble’, and you saw what happened with the Marlins. What has it been like for you guys with this short season so far?”
Dustin May: “It hasn’t been too bad. We just have the safety protocols and you’re kind of on your own. You gotta go handle your business, but you don’t wanna do something stupid and go out and get it. We have to be able to protect ourselves and get the job done on the field, so we don’t wanna do something off the field to prevent that.” (Full Interview Above)

Listen to budding Los Angeles Dodgers ace Dustin May join The Herd with Doug Gottlieb, guest hosting for Colin Cowherd, as the 22-year-old describes what it has been like playing in the COVID-19 shortened MLB season with unprecedented safety protocols both on and off the field.

Check out the segment above as May details how players have been extremely wary of not creating the next Miami Marlins type fiasco and recklessly breaking protocol.

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