Coronavirus: Seven-inning doubleheaders who help Major League Baseball make up games

Coronavirus: Seven-inning doubleheaders who help Major League Baseball make up games

Four additional members of the Marlins tested positive Tuesday for COVID-19, according to ESPN and multiple reports, bringing the total to 17 members of their traveling party.

Also impacted by Tuesday's announcement are the Washington Nationals, who were slated to play a three-game series starting Friday in Miami against the Marlins.

The Athletic first reported Thursday's positive test.

The team said that no players had contracted the illness but any activities at Citizens Bank Park, the club's home stadium, have been put on hold. The rule change is one of several adjustments the two sides are looking at, along with extending the 30-man roster for the entire 60-game season.

"Our plans right now are to stay put and let Major League Baseball work through whatever they're working through", Montoyo said before his club played the last of four games in Washington.

They are for the time being a homeless team and now the Blue Jays are even having trouble finding opponents to play. Should MLB go ahead and shut the season down?

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"I consider it a smaller challenge", he said.

The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity Thursday because test results were not announced.

Major League Baseball has postponed all of the Miami Marlins' games through Sunday after the team's recent coronavirus outbreak.

Rosenthal said the team anticipated this player would test positive based on contact tracing. "I think we would still be ready to roll after this four-day break, if that's what they're going to do". "We have a very robust set of protocols in place for the explicit reason of preventing something like this happening".

The schedule was altered further this week when the Miami Marlins experienced a COVID-19 outbreak.

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - One Philadelphia Phillies employee who works in the visiting clubhouse has tested positive for the coronavirus, general manager Matt Klentak said Wednesday.

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