The Tampa Bay Rays opened Tropicana Field to limited workouts on Monday, with 14 players, including outfielder Austin Meadows and shortstop Willy Adames, taking part.

"It was good to see some smiling faces," Rays manager Kevin Cash said on a video conference call with reporters after the workouts.

Those in attendance played catch, took part in conditioning exercises and worked out in a makeshift weight room on the field, Cash said. He said everyone at the facility was wearing a mask, but the players were allowed to take them off while they were working out.

Among other players in attendance were first baseman Jose Martinez, catcher Michael Perez center fielder Manuel Margot and pitchers Diego Castillo and Yonny Chirinos. Cash said they would also work out on Wednesday and Friday, and then get some guidance from MLB before deciding whether to expand the workouts.