Ahead of Game 1 of the AL’s wild-card round between the Yankees and the Indians in Cleveland, the wives and girlfriends of the players of the Yeons – including Aaron Judge’s hugged Gal Pal, Samantha Brackscock – according to a screenshot of Awesemo.com Documented his trip on Sunday.
“On the way to the airport but don’t know where we are going,” reads a message read on an Instagram story by Mike Tochman’s wife Eileen. The message was the Yankees knew which team they would face in the wild-card round.
The MLB is not allowing the families of the road teams to participate in the Games, even though the home teams will be allowed to hold such guests. If the Yankees move forward, the team and their travel support system support the West for an ALDS that will be fought in Los Angeles or San Diego. Those games can include guests from both sides.
Family members of players from the competing teams were asked to quarantine for the final week of the regular season.
On Monday, Cincinnati Reds pitcher Trevor Bauer called the league on Twitter for his rule.
“Home team: Family members can participate in sports. Visiting Team: Family members may not attend the Games. @mlb: Yes! check out!” Bauer wrote. “It seems that we have not won enough games this year to give our family the right to play. Sorry mom and dad!
“Families cannot stay with the players in our hotel. It is considered a ‘bubble’, yet random members of the community can live there, ride the same lift, share the same lobby, etc. Some bubble is this. I think sports families should just call the hotel and book a room? ” He continued.
The Reds will face the Braves on Wednesday afternoon in Atlanta.