Sport NBA: No new COVID-19 positives on eve of season restart
No new COVID-19 positives among teams in MLS bubble
No new COVID-19 positive tests were returned by the 24 teams in Florida for the Major League Soccer is Back Tournament on Monday and Tuesday, the league announced. Tests were given to 1,227 people in the bubble at Walt Disney World, including players on 24 teams, referees and staff members and no one tested positive for the deadly virus that shut down the league season in March after only two weeks. The league pulled Dallas and Nashville from the World Cup-style tournament earlier this month due to a high number of positive tests from players on each club after arriving at Orlando for the event, which is being played without spectators.
(Reuters) - The National Basketball Association (NBA) said there were no positive COVID-19 results from its latest batch of testing, a day before the season restarts at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
Players arrived at the quarantined bubble earlier this month to resume the season after it was abruptly halted in March due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Another Cardinals game pushed back after more possible coronavirus positives
Another Cardinals game pushed back after more possible coronavirus positivesMLB, the opening week of which was marred by a COVID-19 outbreak, had already rescheduled Friday's game between the two teams after two Cardinals players tested positive, and the league is scrambling to keep its coronavirus-shortened season on track.
The games will be contested without any spectators in attendance and players will have to live on-site for the duration of their team being involved in the competition.
A July 20 report also showed no positive COVID-19 cases.
The National Hockey League (NHL) is also resuming its season on Aug. 1, with plans for players to compete in two Canadian "hub cities."
Major League Baseball (MLB) opted not to compete in a bio-secure bubble setting when its shorted season started last week.
MLB shut down the Miami Marlins for a week on Tuesday, after more than a dozen players tested positive for COVID-19, threatening to derail the season.
(Reporting by Amy Tennery, editing by Pritha Sarkar)
St. Louis Cardinals reportedly have “more than five” more players test positive for COVID-19 .
With yet another team ravaged by COVID-19, the very viability of the 2020 MLB season is in jeopardyYesterday the Cardinals-Brewers game was postponed due to two positive tests. With more than seven now, there is no way the Cardinals can field a team or responsibly play, so assume the entire Cardinals-Brewers series will be postponed. UPDATE: tonight’s game is postponed.