Adam Haseley reports to Phils' camp after virus test delay



PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Adam Haseley has reported to camp after waiting several days for clearance because the lab used by Major League Baseball didn’t return the results of his initial test for the coronavirus. General manager Matt Klentak expressed concern that similar errors later in the season would keep players out for an extended period. The team also confirmed the names of three coaches and three players who have previously tested positive for the coronavirus. They are bench coach Rob Thomson, bullpen coach Jim Gott, bullpen catcher Greg Brodzinski, infielder Scott Kingery, reliever Tommy Hunter and outfielder Mikie Mahtook.

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