Reds’ Joey Votto Placed on IL; Reportedly Has COVID-19 Signs

Reds' Joey Votto Put on IL; Reportedly Has COVID-19 Symptoms

Reds All-Star first baseman Joey Votto was positioned on the IL on Sunday forward of the crew’s doubleheader with Detroit. 

In response to the Cincinnati Enquirer’s Bobby Nightengale Jr., Votto self-reported COVID-19 signs to the crew’s medical workers on Sunday morning. Votto didn’t take a look at optimistic for the coronavirus, per to multiple reports.

The Reds didn’t disclose a purpose for the transfer. There isn’t a minimal or most variety of days gamers that should spend on the COVID-19-related IL. As a substitute, it is dependent upon the outcomes of a number of coronavirus exams.

Final weekend, Cincinnati put infielder Mike Moustakas on the IL for when he too self-reported his signs however didn’t take a look at optimistic for the virus. He missed three video games.

Nick Senzel additionally missed three video games after reporting signs, however in contrast to Moustakas and Votto, he was by no means positioned on the IL.

Final Saturday, Reds infielder Matt Davidson examined optimistic for COVID-19, someday after he performed within the crew’s Opening Day recreation. He was positioned on the IL for six days, however in accordance with Nightengale Jr., the optimistic take a look at gave the impression to be a false optimistic. Davidson examined destructive on each take a look at afterward, together with an antibody take a look at.

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