Wisconsin teams

Brewers welcome back baseball with 'Back to the Future' parody (2:16)
Cassius Stanley throws down nasty slam in Giannis' shoes (0:26)

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

ESPN has learned that more than half of all intake testing is almost complete as MLB prepares for preseason workouts to officially resume tomorrow. General information about the results will be released in the next 24-48 hours, but will not have identifying factors in order to protect players' privacy. As previously reported, COVID-19 related information won't be disclosed without players' permission.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Manager Luis Rojas confirms Mets hitting coach Chili Davis will be working remotely. Rojas also said all Mets players have reported to "summer camp" and are currently undergoing the intake and COVID-19 testing process.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

In a statement to ESPN, MLB said it wouldn't disclose COVID-19 related information without an individual's permission. MLB does plan to publish general testing information, for example, number of tests and positive results, but with no player names or identifying characteristics.

Will 2020 be the year of the toughest NBA championship? (2:16)

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

MLB statement to ESPN regarding teams not naming players that test positive for coronavirus: "Because COVID-19 is not considered an employment-related injury, we will respect the privacy of the players who test positive or who are under evaluation, and we will defer to their wishes regarding public updates about their status. Without their voluntary permission, we will not disclose any COVID-19 related information."

Evening Nightly News with Peter Rosenberg

On Wednesday's ENN, the guys discuss the details of the NBA's return to Orlando, and Giannis saying this will be the toughest championship to win ever. Plus, what Stephen A thinks will be a big issue in the Orlando bubble, and a discussion about Bobby Bonilla Day.

Giannis: It's going to be the toughest championship you could ever win (0:42)