The major league organization thoroughly examines Marlins players who were first diagnosed.
The Major League Baseball received its first negative notice due to the coronavirus pandemic, from about 14 people from Miami Marlins they would have been diagnosed. This led to the organization of the competition postponing two of the duels on Monday.
The Florida team had to face the Baltimore Orioles at Marlins Park, but before what happened, the meeting was postponed. The same thing happened with Philadelphia Phillies, Miami’s rival during the first series of three games in recent days, who had planned to face the New York Yankees.
“The games scheduled for tonight between the Miami Marlins and the Baltimore Orioles at Marlins Park, and the Philadelphia Phillies and New York Yankees at Citizens Bank Park, have been postponed while Major League Baseball conducts additional COVID-19 tests,” they reported from the major league official site.
MLB is now looking to corroborate the results initially released and, once verified, will have to make a decision on how to continue in a season that was already cut in its rescheduling and that will have just 60 regular season games.
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