In limbo: MLB prospects and Tascosa graduates, Davidson and McIlraith play waiting game


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Major League Baseball prospects and Tascosa graduates, Thomas McIlraith (New York Mets), left, and Tucker Davidson (Atlanta Braves), are in limbo while the MLB season is suspended due to the coronavirus. [Kale Steed/ Press Pass Sports]

Like the rest of sports across the world, Major League Baseball is currently in limbo due to the dangerous coronavirus taking over the globe.

The MLB suspended its season indefinitely on March 12, forcing all players, who were in the midst of spring training for the upcoming 2020 season, home in a state of shock.

Two Tascosa graduates, Tucker Davidson of the Atlanta Braves farm system, and Thomas McIlraith of the New York Mets farm system, are currently back in Amarillo playing the waiting game.

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