Mets' Chris Bassitt regrets informing team of positive COVID test

Chris said  'I should’ve never said anything'

Also, Bassitt suggested that MLB stop testing players all together

New York Mets pitcher Chris Bassitt expressed his frustrations with MLB’s COVID-19 protocols

Saying Chris "should have never" revealed his own positive test result earlier this month and would likely not do so again "for the rest of my career."

Bassitt was placed on the COVID-19 list July 1 after reporting to team officials that he was feeling sluggish

But on Thursday he expressed his frustrations with the league’s health and safety protocols.

"Stop testing it. Stop acting like COVID is far worse than a lot of other things," Chris told reporters in the locker room.

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