A look at what’s happening around the majors on Sunday:
The Minnesota Twins will see when they can next play after their COVID-19 problems wiped the rest of a series in Anaheim against the Angels.
Games on Saturday night and Sunday were called off. Outfielder Kyle Garlick, another undisclosed Twins player and a team staff member tested positive in the two days before the postponements, manager Rocco Baldelli said. Shortstop Andrelton Simmons already hadn’t made the trip after testing positive early in the week, and he hadn’t been around the team since Tuesday.
“There’s not one person in our group who’s not frustrated,” Baldelli said. “Does everyone have that general frustration just having to deal with this in a grander sense? Absolutely. And then there are probably people who are frustrated about particular aspects of that.”
The Twins are scheduled to play Monday night at Oakland.
There have now been five games postponed this season because of the virus, including three between Washington and Mets because of Washington’s trouble. There were 45 regular-season games postponed for virus-related reasons last year, but only two — between St. Louis and Detroit — were not made up.
Sean Kazmar Jr. will see when his next opportunity comes to play for the Atlanta Braves. Then again, he’s already at pro at waiting for second chances.
In his first big league game since Sept. 23, 2008, Kazmar grounded into a double play as a pinch-hitter Saturday at Wrigley Field.
“Definitely everything and then some,” the 36-year-old infielder said. “What an amazing feeling.”
Kazmar’s only previous season in the majors was with San Diego in 2008, when he hit .205 in 19 games. Since then, then played 1,106 games in Triple-A and…