MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Brewers’ long-awaited home opener against the St. Louis Cardinals has been postponed again due to positive COVID-19 tests, according to multiple reports.
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MLB Network insider Jon Heyman tweeted the news Saturday morning.
Brewers-Cardinals game postponed— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) August 1, 2020
Mark Saxon, senior writer for the Athletic, confirmed additional positive coronavirus cases on the Cardinals team, including staff and another player.
Of the four new positives on the #Cardinals that I can confirm, three are staff. One is a player.— Mark Saxon (@markasaxon) August 1, 2020
The Brewers were scheduled to take the field Saturday at 6:10 p.m. and then play a doubleheader Sunday to make up for Friday's postponed game.
However, who knows when these games will be played with the most recent postponement.
The Milwaukee Brewers have yet to confirm the news.
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