How the Orioles Are Preparing for a “Pandemic Season”

He wasn’t doing it intentionally, but something Orioles manager Brandon Hyde told reporters (via Zoom) this week perfectly illustrated just how different this baseball season—if it even happens as planned—is for everyone involved. “We’ve done a nice job of staying apart,” Hyde said, looking into a laptop computer on his office desk at Camden Yards, where 47 players, coaches, and other staff have gathered to prepare for an unprecedented, pandemic-shortened 60-game season.
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