The NHL has a coronavirus testing plan for players and staff if it returns to play. Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly says players would be tested for COVID-19 daily while games are going on. That could require 25,000-30,000 tests at a cost of millions of dollars. Players insisted on regular testing in the name of keeping themselves safe and healthy. The league does not expect that amount of tests to interfere with the needs of the general public.
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By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Texas Rangers slugger Joey Gallo has tested positive for COVID-19, though the team said the All-Star right fielder is asymptomatic. General manager Jon Daniels said Monday that Gallo is isolated at […]