Marlins Cancel Home-Opener Amid COVID-19 Outbreak In Clubhouse, 11 Players Test Positive

By  //  July 28, 2020

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on Delicious Digg This Stumble This

Marlins had at least 14 individuals become infected over last several days

ABOVE VIDEO: The Marlins will not be opening the home portion of their schedule as planned.

(CBS) – Major League Baseball’s 2020 season is not even a week old, but one team has already experienced a coronavirus outbreak that will sideline a chunk of its roster and has caused a game to be canceled.

The Miami Marlins, who had four players test positive during their opening series against the Philadelphia Phillies, had an additional seven players (as well as a few coaches) test positive on Monday, less than 12 hours before they were supposed to play their home opener against the Baltimore Orioles, per CBS Sports HQ’s Jim Bowden.

The Marlins have had at least 14 individuals become infected over the last several days, per ESPN’s Jeff Passan.

CLICK HERE to read the full article on CBS.com>>>

WATCH: AAU Junior Olympics Kick Off on the Space Coast with Stand Up Paddleboarding on SundayRelated Story:
WATCH: AAU Junior Olympics Kick Off on the Space Coast with Stand Up Paddleboarding on Sunday

Leave a Comment