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Boston infielder Michael Chavis revealed the team's social distancing locker rooms.
Boston infielder Michael Chavis revealed the team's social distancing locker rooms.

The second act of MLB spring training is taking place as we speak. There are plenty of question marks surrounding how each team will follow the CDC's guidelines in preventing a potential outbreak of COVID-19. The biggest cause for concern was how each squad would handle the set up of the locker rooms, which could become a hotbed for the virus if players aren't given enough space. On Friday, Red Sox infielder Michael Chavis revealed that the luxury suites inside Fenway Park have been converted into two-player locker rooms.

Great move.

With the 2020 regular season kicking off on July 23, there's a very low likelihood that fans will be allowed to attend games across the nation. That means the luxury boxes will be vacant for the remainder of the season.

Additionally, the Red Sox have converted the right field concourse of Fenway Park into a huge workout space for all attendees of summer camp.

The Red Sox have set the bar for how all teams should practice social distancing during this "new normal." Other teams need to take notes, because Boston has done a tremendous job.