The Miami Marlins’ Season Is Put on Pause as Outbreak Continues to Rage

MLB postponed the team’s scheduled games through the weekend as another round of testing revealed four more positives on the team

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2020欧洲杯APPThe Miami Marlins’ season has been suspended through the weekend as Major League Baseball deals with the fallout from a coronavirus outbreak that continues to rage.

Another round of testing revealed four more positives on the team, bringing the total number of new cases among players and staff over the past five days to 17. It left around half of the Marlins’ 30-man roster unavailable, effectively putting one of the 30 teams out of commission for an entire week. In order “to allow the Marlins time to focus on providing care...

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