Four More Members Of The Miami Marlins Test Positive For Coronavirus

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The Miami Marlins have had more positive coronavirus tests.

According to a Tuesday report from Ken Rosenthal, four more players of the organization have tested positive for the virus. That brings the total up to 18 members of the team testing positive for coronavirus. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

Well, we’re now officially at the brink when it comes to whether or not baseball continues during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Marlins are getting absolutely decimated by coronavirus, and there’s no other way to describe it.

Their game against Baltimore was called off Monday night when the organization had a total of 14 positive cases.

Now, here we are Tuesday, and things are continuing to get worse. If you weren’t worried yesterday, then you should be now.

I don’t see how the Marlins can play soon. I just don’t see an avenue for that happening.


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The MLB could just shut them down for the year, but then you run the risk of this happening to another team.

No matter what, there is now a serious risk that the baseball season is nearing a rapid end.