With government officials and medical professionals scrambling to find effective solutions for turning the tide against the coronavirus pandemic, super-agent Scott Boras has been hard at work concocting his own plans to end the suspension of Major League Baseball. He's now proposing what he calls "functional isolation," a method of quarantining teams in ways that still alllow them to play games.
If his plan were to be implemented -- it's incredibly unlikely it ever sees the light of day -- players would be restricted to only having contact with their teammates and staff that are absolutely necessary to conduct games. Travel would be limited to going between teams' training camps and hotels.
Hmmm. Color us skeptical.