Marlins game canceled due to COVID-19 outbreak resulting in at least 14 cases | MLB News

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Big league Baseballs season is less than a week old, however one group has actually already experienced a COVID-19 break out that will sideline a chunk of its lineup and has actually caused a game to be canceled.

That means the Marlins have had at least 14 individuals end up being contaminated over the last a number of days. In response to the break out, the Marlins video game versus the Orioles on Monday night will not be played, according to The Athletics Ken Rosenthal.

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The Miami Marlins, who had 4 players test positive throughout their opening series against the Philadelphia Phillies, had an additional eight players and 2 coaches test positive on Monday, less than 12 hours prior to they were expected to play their house opener versus the Baltimore Orioles, according to ESPNs Jeff Passan.

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