The Philadelphia Phillies and Miami Marlins received some encouraging coronavirus-related news Sunday and are likely return to the field soon, but things aren't going as well for the St. Louis Cardinals.
The Cardinals have had 13 members of their clubhouse — seven players and six staff members — test positive for the coronavirus. The team had its its weekend series against the Milwaukee Brewers postponed, and will no longer travel to Detroit for the next slate of games against the Tigers. That makes them, along with the Marlins, who have had 18 players test positive, and the Phillies, who paused play out of caution but do not appear to have an outbreak, the third team to miss at least a week of baseball games during the young season.
That makes them the 3rd team to miss at least a week of this season - which is a week and a half old! https://t.co/t1l0uUpZMM
— Jayson Stark (@jaysonst) August 3, 2020
Despite the possibility of cancellation, MLB still isn't planning to pause the season overall, and teams like the Cardinals, Phillies, and Marlins, will seemingly do what they can to make up as many games as possible, even if they don't play a full 60-game season.
While the baseball situation is bleak for St. Louis, the players and staff are — more importantly — in good condition, exhibiting either "light" or no symptoms, general manager John Mozeliak said. Tim O'Donnell
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