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13 More Members Of The St. Louis Cardinals Test Positive For Coronavirus

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David Hookstead Smoke Room Editor-in-Chief
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The St. Louis Cardinals have more than a dozen new cases of coronavirus.

According to Ken Rosenthal, the team has had a total of 13 new coronavirus cases. Seven of the positive tests come from players and the other six come from staff members. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

The team’s upcoming games against the Detroit Tigers and the Chicago White Sox have been postponed.

It almost feels like the MLB is a dead man walking at this point. It’s like we all can see the fate of the league on the horizon but nobody wants to admit it.

First, the Miami Marlins got decimated by coronavirus and had to shut things down. Now, the Cardinals are in the very same boat.

 

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Does anyone think the MLB is going to end the season as scheduled? If they do, I’d love to know what they’re watching unfold.

From where I’m sitting, it looks like the Cardinals and the MLB are both in big trouble. A total of 13 new cases! That’s a staggering number!

 

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I might turn out to be wrong, but I seriously doubt it. There’s no reason to be optimistic about the MLB at this point. The league’s handling of coronavirus has been nothing short of a disaster.