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McAdam: A look at where things stand with the Red Sox as MLB’s shutdown begins

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Major League Baseball's decision to suspend spring training and delay the start of the regular season by at least two weeks is, obviously, unprecedented and brings with it plenty of uncertainty.

Since no one -- least of all commissioner Rob Manfred, owners or the Players Associations -- knows how long the coronavirus pandemic will last and what its impact will be, trying to project the next few weeks (or months) is futile.

Nonetheless, Red Sox CEO and president Sam Kennedy, chief baseball officer Chaim Bloom and GM Brian O'Halloran conducted a conference call Friday to attempt to address various issues.

Some highlights: