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Sport Another Cardinals game pushed back after more possible coronavirus positives

00:15  02 august  2020
00:15  02 august  2020 Source:   reuters.com

Cardinals dealing with 13 positive coronavirus tests, including 7 from players

  Cardinals dealing with 13 positive coronavirus tests, including 7 from players The St. Louis Cardinals are dealing with 13 positive coronavirus tests, MLB announced Monday. Reports emerged Sunday that more Cardinals players had tested positive for the coronavirus. Cardinals president of baseball operations John Mozeliak said Monday that 8 of the 13 members who tested positive are experiencing symptoms. The Cardinals will remain quarantined in Milwaukee while players continue to receive daily tests. The league canceled the Cardinals’ series against the Detroit Tigers, but plans for the Cardinals to resume playing Friday against the Chicago Cubs. Mozeliak said the Cardinals are hoping to leave Milwaukee on Wednesday to head back to St.

The St. Louis Cardinals and Milwaukee Brewers had another game canceled at Miller Park after three team staffers and one player tested positive for the coronavirus .Credit Morry Gash/Associated Press.

The Cardinals had positive coronavirus tests and are self-isolating at their hotel. The Brewers- Cardinals game Friday night has been postponed, The Post’s Joel Sherman confirmed. More Stories. page six. Ellen DeGeneres' contract with Warner Bros. means no easy exit for either

(Reuters) - Major League Baseball (MLB) postponed Saturday's game between the St. Louis Cardinals and home team Milwaukee Brewers as another Missouri player and "multiple" staff members may be positive for COVID-19, according to initial rapid test results.

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MLB, 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.

St. Louis Cardinals reportedly have “more than five” more players test positive for COVID-19

  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.

Another MLB game has been postponed as a result of positive coronavirus tests. The Milwaukee Brewers will no longer host the St. Louis Cardinals on Friday night after multiple Cardinals players tested positive for COVID-19, Jon Heyman of MLB.com first reported.

MLB coronavirus outbreak: Cardinals delayed after positive tests, Phillies schedule shifts again. As coronavirus ’ grip on MLB grew wider Friday, we’re seeing another team — the St. Louis Cardinals — have players test positive and more schedule shifting for teams already impacted by the virus.

Brewers center fielder Lorenzo Cain opted out of the rest of the 2020 season, the team said on Saturday, though it did not specify why.

"We fully support Lorenzo's decision, and we will miss his talents on the field and leadership in the clubhouse," President and General Manager David Stearns said in a written statement.

The Miami Marlins have been quarantined in Philadelphia since Sunday after numerous members of the club tested positive after playing against the Phillies, who head to the Bronx to play the Yankees Monday.

Three Phillies staffers had tested positive for COVID-19, MLB said, though two of those reports turned out to be false positives.

The league said on Friday that there were 29 new positive tests - 20 players and nine staff members - in the past week, comprising 0.2% of all tests taken in that time period.

(Reporting by Amy Tennery; Editing by Hugh Lawson)

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