Hit the Red Sox! They lose again to second base in line up; now for COVID

Boston Red Sox received and shared a complicated news as it was announced that Christian Arroyo has tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) that was done to him. The second base of Red Sox he will have to return to the disabled list after barely getting off it a few days ago.

Christian Arroyo has been the most recent victim of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and came out with a positive result in the test that was carried out after suspicions that he could have contracted after having contact with other positives.

In recent days, a new COVID-19 outbreak has occurred in the Boston team and figures like Kike Hernández fell into it and it would have been with whom Arroyo had contact and was infected.

The second baseman had barely returned to campaign action with the Red Sox after about a month following a hamstring injury.

The Boston Red Sox has significant losses in its roster that could continue to affect the pace it takes in the 2021 MLB Season, since it seems that they stopped stepping on the accelerator.

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I joined ‘Al Bat’ in September 2020, starting a new work stage in which I always seek to give my best version, in addition to leaving a significant mark on the passage of women in an industry that is managed mainly by men. Degree in Communication Sciences and Techniques from the Inter-American University for Development (UNID), I am a specialist in sports journalism, writing and editing texts, I have three years of experience covering sports, especially baseball from the Mexican Baseball League (LMB ), Liga Mexicana del Pacífico (LMP) and MLB. I was an intern at the LMB Leones de Yucatán Baseball Club, with whom I attended the 2019 Rey Series. I have done work for social networks such as the coverage of the 2019-2020 edition of the LMP Final for ‘Con Las Bases Llenas’. I am constantly updated on social networks, SEO, Google positioning, writing, digital journalism, as well as the place of women in the sports industry. Originally from Mérida, Yucatán, my first approach to baseball was in a game of Lions of Yucatán, in the ‘Kukulcán Álamo’ Park, in 2015; and that changed my life completely. The ‘Melenudos’ are the team of my loves and the greatest passion I have in this sport. Although I dedicate myself to baseball most of the time, my sport, in the beginning, was (and still is) soccer. Real Madrid and Bayern Munich won my heart and fans from ‘minute one’ and I am fortunate to have already seen them play live. Clearly, I am a fan of Cristiano Ronaldo and Manuel Neuer.

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