MLB has postponed two more games due to positive COVID-19 test results. The league announced on Thursday that both Thursday and Friday's games between the Mets and Marlins were postponed.
According to multiple reports, one Mets player and one Mets staff member tested positive for the virus.
MLB said in a statement that Friday's game was postponed, "out of an abundance of caution and to allow for additional testing and contact tracing to be conducted."
The Marlins have already had to postpone 10 games due to a COVID-19 outbreak within their clubhouse. The team to miss the most amount of games due to a COVID-19 outbreak is the St. Louis Cardinals, who have only played 13 games to date.
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