Sport looks to limp back...
Months after coronavirus pulled the rug out from underneath sport like other fields, as the game restarts, there are a lot of things that are about to change.
Rugby teams are back on the field in New Zealand. Bundesliga gets ready to kick-off mid-May.
The Korean Baseball Organisation is at the vanguard in the return of live sports.
It checks players' temperatures twice daily.
Umpires and trainers wear masks and gloves
Spitting, handshakes, fist-bumps, high-fives and most noticeably, a live audience - all are banned. Crowd was replaced by banners picturing fans — also wearing masks — stretched across every row.
Dan Straily, an American-born pitcher with the Lotte Giants of the KBO, said the game lacked so much energy, it reminded him of “weekday games in Oakland.”
This could be the future...