Players and staff members from the Cardinals tested positive for COVID-19 late last month, prompting the postponement of games against the Milwaukee Brewers, and the league also postponed a series between St. Louis and Detroit last week. The latest delay comes amid upheaval within the MLB's truncated 60-game season, which started last month only to have games involving at least eight teams postponed.
That’s what they call Kwang Hyun Kim, the 32-year-old legendary lefty from the Korea Baseball Organization, now a Major League Baseball rookie. And I’m like, Oh my gosh,” Mozeliak said, “here’s a guy that got to fulfill his dream and come over and play baseball in the United States. And our country has mishandled this pandemic, and South Korea has controlled it.
ST. LOUIS (KMOX) - Be careful driving through Adam Wainwright's neighborhood, you might just accidentally interrupt a long toss session as the St. Louis Cardinals pitcher has been throwing baseballs across the street outside his home. The 38-year-old is apparently doing whatever he can to stay in baseball shape as the team is waiting to find out what the next move will be after an outbreak of 17 COVID-19 positive players and staff members.