MLB commissioner Rob Manfred reportedly has no plans to delay Opening Day.
Meanwhile Japan has postponed its baseball season amid fears of coronavirus.
Manfred will reportedly address coronavirus concerns with owners on Monday.
One issue is that MLB clubs face varying degrees of exposure to coronavirus.
Also, local government response to coronavirus changes from market to market.
In Washington, where the Seattle Mariners play, Governor Jay Inslee is considering ‘mandatory measures,’ he told Face The Nation on Sunday.
The NBA circulated a memo to its teams Friday telling them to prepare in case it becomes necessary to play games without fans or media.
The NHL sent a memo urging players to limit contact with fans and media.
An advocacy group is urging the NCAA to ban fans from upcoming tournaments.
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