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Two MLB Games Postponed Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

Two MLB Games Postponed Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

Two MLB baseball games have been cancelled on Monday (July 27) due to COVID-19 outbreaks.

It all started after the Miami Marlins played the Philadelphia Phillies this past weekend. The Marlins are still in Philadelphia after it was discovered that 14 players and coaches, including starter, Jose Urena, tested positive for Coronavirus.

Now, the New York Yankees were supposed to play against the Phillies tonight tonight (July 27), but that game has been postponed due to the outbreak.

The Marlins were supposed to head back to Miami to play their home opener against the Baltimore Orioles tonight as well, and that game has also been postponed, ESPN reports.

Baseball just started up again after being delayed for months due to the pandemic.

We’re wishing all the players and coaches who were diagnosed with Coronavirus well.

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