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'In uncharted territory': Cardinals' COVID-19 outbreak has left nine players, seven staff members infected

Credit: USATODAY.com- Published on August 8, 2020
The St. Louis Cardinals are "in uncharted territory" after the team's COVID-19 outbreak leaves nine players and seven staff members infected.
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Published on August 10, 2020 -  01:04
Cardinals' Series Against Pirates Postponed Due to More COVID-19 Cases
Cardinals' Series Against Pirates Postponed Due to More COVID-19 Cases On Sunday, team president of baseball operations John Mozeliak confirmed another player has tested positive for the virus. According to CNN, that brings the Cardinals' total number of cases to 17, including 10 players and seven staff members. The Cardinals haven't played a game since July 29. They've now had 13 games postponed. According to manager Mike Shildt, some club members have had to go to the ER because of their coronavirus symptoms. Mike Shildt, via radio station KMOX Mike Shildt, via radio station KMOX The MLB will make an announcement regarding the team's return to the field later this week.

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