Mets third baseman Jeff McNeil, joined by his wife, Tatiana, and their dog, Willow, issued a message of thanks to healthcare workers who are doing everything they can to help fight the coronavirus pandemic.
"Let me start off by saying that we hope this message finds you and your families healthy and safe," said McNeil.
"Thank you so much for your continued support during these tough times. We've all been affected and have an important role in the recovery. There are so many people like yourselves who are on the front line, that are doing everything they can to fight this virus. We can't thank you enough as we navigate through this pandemic."
McNeil ended his message by saying: "We're all in this together, and let's go Mets!"
Major League Baseball has been put on pause since mid-March due to the coronavirus spread. MLB is now reportedly looking into the possibility of playing games at spring training sites without fans, but there would be clear hurdles to overcome for that to happen.
McNeil's teammate, Pete Alonso, recently shared a message about missing baseball, while also saying how excited he will be once things get back to normal, asking fans to "Shake the damn stadium!" when baseball returns to Citi Field.