Jason Kipnis Sums Up the Sports-Related Pain of This Moment

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Jason Kipnis Sums Up the Sports-Related Pain of This Moment

Chicago Cubs

As we discussed earlier, we don’t know when baseball will resume, outside of the fact that there definitely won’t be any big league games for the next eight weeks at least.

The players, like the rest of us, are caught in that limbo state. Although they are a part of doing what’s needed for the country as we try to slow the spread of the Coronavirus, they also no doubt feel the sting of the uncertainty.

Jason Kipnis, who is from the Chicago area, and who is with the Cubs on a minor league deal but largely expected to make the big league team before all this happened, really summed it up well with a gut punch:

We’ve been waiting for that, too, Jason. And we’ll keep on waiting. Doing the right things to stay away from groups of people, yes. But so badly missing the times when we didn’t have to, and (im)patiently awaiting the time when we don’t have to anymore.



Author: Brett Taylor

Brett Taylor is the Editor and Lead Cubs Writer at Bleacher Nation, and you can find him on Twitter at @BleacherNation and @Brett_A_Taylor.