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Cardinals Vs. Brewers Game Scheduled For Saturday Has Been Postponed

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A game between the St. Louis Cardinals and Milwaukee Brewers scheduled for Saturday has been postponed.

According to Jon Heyman, the game was called off after more positive coronavirus tests within the Cardinals organization. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

The game scheduled for Friday was also already called off because of coronavirus.

Baseball is so screwed. It’s not even funny. I guess we should have all seen this coming, but now it’s official.

Is there any path that we can see which ends with the MLB concluding the season as scheduled? Is there any path at all?

If there is, I’m definitely not seeing it.

 

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How has the MLB managed to bungle this so badly? How was the MLB not prepared for the coronavirus pandemic and for games to start?

I understand we’re in a crazy time right now, but several other leagues have all managed to figure it out. Yet, the MLB is on the brink of absolute disaster.

At this point, I think we all need to start accepting the reality that the MLB might be shutting down and it might happen sooner than later. What an absolute disaster for everyone involved.