It turns out the on-court action should be the most talked-about of an upcoming three-game series involving the 16-6 New York Yankees and the August 15 Toronto Blue Jays set to take place in Canada on Monday night.
Based on David Adler of the official MLB website, MLB Network Insider Jon Heyman reports that the entire Yankees team is now considered fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and has set off for Toronto to star in the series. It was have learned back in March that MLB players would not be exempt from Canadian government regulations and would therefore need 14 days after receiving a second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine or 14 days after receiving a second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine. Get a single dose of Johnson & Johnson vaccine. to enter the country for road games in Toronto.
Yankees slugger Aaron Judge raised his eyes Steps are when he refused to confirm his coronavirus vaccination status. Every Mike Rosenstein of NJ Advance Media for NJ.com, Yankees manager Aaron Boone said two weeks ago he expects his squad to be “in a good position” regarding the club’s first series in Canada in this season.
The Yankees did not address the vaccination status of the players this spring.
The Yankees and Blue Jays split a four-game series in the Bronx last month. On Sunday, New York defeated Kansas City Royals 6-4 to get their ninth straight win.