The Nationals and Braves will regain their game that was postponed Monday due to the coronavirus outbreak in Washington as part of a doubleheader on Wednesday.
Major League Baseball announced the change Monday as Nationals players worked out at Nationals Park.
Four Nationals players tested positive for COVID-19 and seven more were quarantined after contact tracing determined they were potentially exposed.
The Nationals plan to add Luis Garcia, outfielder Yadiel Hernandez, catcher Tres Barrera, right-hander Kyle McGowin and left-hander to their 26-man roster for Tuesday’s season opener against the Braves, according to The Athletic.
All-star shortstop Trea Turner, first baseman Josh Bell and catcher Yan Gomes were not among the players present at training Monday, according to multiple reports.
The 2019 World Series champions have yet to play a game this season. His first three-game series against the New York Mets was completely postponed. The Nationals and Braves will play two seven-inning games in a row on Wednesday, with the first starting at 12:05 p.m. ET.
Associated Press contributed to this report.