A couple of things . . .
Testing doesn't necessarily mean the official coronavirus test.
It means checking temperatures and potential warning signs of every person who shows up for games: players, umpires, coaches, etc.
And in terms of the official tests, they are becoming more available and will continue to become more available as this process plays out, including ones with quicker turnarounds on results.
One of the many holes that can be punched in the plan is what John Mozeliak acknowledged during that Zoom call last week -- that plans like this encounter a big problem the moment a player tests positive, and that problem is compounded by the fact we are seeing lots of examples of infected people showing zero signs of infection, including a lack of a fever.
If that happens, the player gets quarantined, but who else? Everyone on his team? You can see how it could get shut down to the point of being useless pretty fast, right?
Other concerns would be players agreeing to spend however long it took in self-imposed quarantined, away from their families, in order to play.
It's also hot as heck in Arizona in the summer, like brutally hot. No one seems to be bringing that up.
I'm all for kicking around ideas, and I want baseball back ASAP, but if you check out the statement the league released today, it seemed to distance itself a bit from the Arizona plan, and also distanced itself away from the report national health leaders are on board with the plan.