Bradford William Davis: Closing roof at World Series with fans is another reckless choice in MLB's reckless year

ARLINGTON, Texas — On Friday, Major League Baseball closed the Globe Life Field roof before Game 3 of the World Series to protect 11,000 fans and thousands of other employees from the worst possible consequence of playing through a deadly pandemic known for spreading in closed, indoor spaces.That’s right, a rainout.In a statement, MLB said the commissioner’s office made the decision due to “Friday’s forecasted temperatures, wind chill, and the possibility of rain.”As of 6:55 PM CT Central Time, AccuWeather estimated a 0% chance of precipitation during the game, with temperatures in the low to …

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