New York University Professor Dr. Arthur Caplan was a guest on the "Len Berman and Michael Riedel In The Morning" show earlier to talk about if it's even possible for all professional sports to finish their seasons during the coronavirus pandemic.
"It depends on where you are though if you're trying to play in Texas, Florida, or Georgia you're going to risk infection and probably shut down. If you're trying to play NHL hockey in Canada where they have a handle on the epidemic I think their bubble idea is probably going to work," said Dr. Caplan after Michael asked if sports are safe to play right now.
Len then asked Dr. Caplan if he still believes that the MLB Season will be done within 3 weeks.
"I'm afraid we are going to see some more outbreaks because MLB (teams) are traveling and I don't know why," said Dr. Caplan
To listen to the full interview with Dr. Caplan check out the podcast below...