Scheduled Tribes. Lewis – Canadian restrictions on unvaccinated passengers will result in the Philadelphia Phillies jetty without Realmuto, Alec Bohm, Aaron Nola and Kyle Gibson during the two-game series in Toronto.
NOLA made its Mound debut for the Philadelphia game in St. Louis on Monday night and was not scheduled to play against the Blue Jays during the series starting Tuesday. Boehm, a fielder, was ruled out of Monday’s match due to a hand injury.
Dave Dombrowski, president of baseball operations, told reporters before the game that four players would be placed on the banned list and two days’ salary and major league service time would be lost under the terms of the MLB’s collective bargaining agreement.
If Bohm goes on the injury list, he won’t have to suffer the same consequences. The 25-year-old told reporters before the game that he did not want his “personal choice” to affect the entire team.
“Yeah, that’s the hard part of it,” Bohm said. “I wish it hadn’t happened. It’s a personal deal. I’ve made a choice and I’ll have to suffer the consequences. That’s it.”