INCHEON, SOUTH KOREA - MAY 05: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY) Hanwha Eagles players wear masks before the Korean Baseball Organization (KBO) League opening game between SK Wyverns and Hanwha Eagles at the empty SK Happy Dream Ballpark on May 05, 2020 in Incheon, South Korea. The 2020 KBO season started after being delayed from the original March 28 Opening Day due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. The KBO said its 10 clubs will be able to expand their rosters from 28 to 33 players in 54 games this season, up from the usual 26. Teams are scheduled to play 144 games this year. As they prepared for the new beginning, 10 teams managers said the season would not be happening without the hard work and dedication of frontline medical and health workers. South Korea is transiting this week to a quarantine scheme that allows citizens to return to their daily routines under eased guidelines. But health authorities are still wary of "blind spots" in the fight against the virus cluster infections and imported cases. According to the Korea Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 3 new cases were reported. The total number of infections in the nation tallies at 10,804. (Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)

La Corea del Sud festeggia il secondo giorno consecutivo senza casi interni di coronavirus con la partita d'apertura della Lega di baseball. A Incheon, in uno stadio chiuso al pubblico, si sono sfidati gli SK Wyverns e gli Hanwha Eagles. Giocatori e cheerleaders in mascherina, cartonati in tribuna al posto dei tifosi: questo lo scenario visto sul diamante coreano. La KBO avrebbe dovuto cominciare lo scorso 28 marzo