Mets video games off after constructive virus check



Baseball’s return from the pandemic has been marred with continued coronavirus flare-ups amongst gamers and employees. For the reason that 60-game season started on July 23rd, 4 groups have had members contract the coronavirus, together with the Marlins, Cardinals and Reds, which prompted dozens of misplaced video games, opt-outs from stars like David Worth and Buster Posey, scheduled seven-inning doubleheaders, and within the Cardinals’ case, having to play 53 games in 44 days to make up for misplaced time.

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