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Cardinals allegedly visited Whistling Straits, other locations before players tested positive for COVID-19

Posted at 2:35 PM, Aug 01, 2020

MILWAUKEE — Some St. Louis Cardinals players may have been at Whistling Straits on Thursday prior to players testing positive for COVID-19, social media reports said Saturday.

The Brewers home opener has been postponed twice now due to positive COVID-19 test results within the Cardinals. On Saturday, there was a reported four new cases

However, before any of the positive test results came in, former NBA player Sam Dekker called out the team saying they were golfing at Whistling Straits earlier this week.

There are several social media posts indicating the players were at the course.

Some people are even saying the MLB needs to be more strict with players and keeping them safe and healthy.

Even Cubs star Anthony Rizzo tweeted about player safety within the MLB.

Since the postponement of Saturday's game, social media posts started showing up saying the Cardinals were also seen at a casino.

Neither of these rumors have been confirmed. However, they are taking Twitter by storm. Fans are even calling out the Cardinals saying they shouldn't ruin the season for all other teams.

This is a developing story, stay with TMJ4 for updates.

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