While MLB owners and the MLBPA continue their discussions regarding player safety, testing, and eventually, the economics of a 2020 season, the Padres will need to determine who may fit on the expanded roster.
MLB commissioner Rob Manfred outlined the league's testing plan in an interview on CNN.
– Testing multiple times a week for players using a facility in Utah that MLB helped convert to a COVID-testing lab. Return time on tests is 24 hours
– Instant testing for symptomatic players
— Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) May 15, 2020
As part of MLB’s proposal, rosters will reportedly expand to 30 active players with a taxi squad of 50 players that can be with the club.