The Yankees were dealing with a coronavirus outbreak among their coaches before Tuesday night’s game against the Rays. It did not affect the players, and the game at Tropicana Field was expected to be played as planned.

The team, which reached the 85% vaccination rate among players and Tier 1 staff last week, announced the third base coach Phil Nevin, who was fully vaccinated, had a “break through,” case and was quarantined. While the Yankees did not announce other coaches that had tested positive, Aaron Boone said first base coach Reggie Willets would not be on the field Tuesday night.