The MLB announced that they will be suspending the next six games for the Miami Marlins, following a report that four more members of the team tested positive for COVID-19.
The early fallout from the coronavirus outbreak in the Miami Marlins’ clubhouse is here: The Marlins have been shut down through at least Sunday. No games. The Phillies’ series vs. the Orioles has been postponed, and instead the Yankees will play Baltimore tomorrow and Thursday.
— Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) July 28, 2020
The postponements were announced Tuesday along with a series of scheduling changes involving four other MLB teams.
In addition, the MLB announced that it has conducted over 6,400 COVID-19 tests since this past Friday. They said there have been no new positive results for the virus among on-field personnel from the other 29 teams besides Miami.