After the COVID-19 delay against Vanderbilt, North Carolina State University has only 13 active players

The wolves are Friday.

Minutes before the first game of the University World Series between North Carolina State University and Vanderbilt University on Friday, the game was postponed due to COVID-19 concerns. North Carolina State University was forced to detain some players and can choose to abandon the game and try again in the winner-takes-all game against the brigadier on Saturday.

But North Carolina State University voted by an overwhelming majority instead of abstaining, and only allowed 13 players to participate in the game: 9 position players and 4 pitchers, which is much lower than the 36 players who are usually rostered and active on game day.

According to the team, how many players are in the coronavirus agreement, and the first game was postponed for more than an hour as the team resolved the issue. Starting second baseman JT Jarrett is one of the missing regular lineup players at North Carolina State University.

“It’s weird,” Wolfpack coach Elliott Avent told ESPN in an interview with ESPN (Every baseball usa). He said he discovered what was happening about 45 to 60 minutes before the start of the game. “They have been delaying things, and then they took some players out of the dugout and they delayed things.”

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Total number of new players in the Wolfpack lineup this season: only 3 of 27. with They are all freshmen. with It didn’t get easier: They faced Vanderbilt’s Kumar Lock on Friday, one of the top pitchers in the country.

North Carolina State University has a chance to beat Vanderbilt University and win the admission ticket to the first college World Series final next week, and win on Friday. If not, there is still a chance to eliminate Commodores on Saturday.

However, regardless of winning or losing, how brave the wolves played on Friday.



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