Good morning, LSB.
Obviously, there was no Rangers game yesterday.
Evan Grant writes that the Rangers’ decision not to play yesterday’s game was reactive rather than proactive, a sentiment reflected in the statement the Rangers sent out to the public:
Levi Weaver has quotes from Willie Calhoun and Tony Beasley, along with some thoughts on the organization’s “tightrope” act as well.
Personally, I find the Rangers’ statement pretty weak, as they were sure to make it clear in the first sentence that it wasn’t their decision. But if you wanna see a full-on bungling of the situation, step right up and meet the Mets.
That’s all for this morning. Be good people.