Catcher Yadier Molina says he is one of the Cardinals to test positive for the coronavirus.
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Tim Kurkjian joins Buster to discuss crushing injuries to Mike Soroka and Shohei Ohtani, San Diego's impressive start, Boston's "indescribably bad" pitching and Rob Manfred's handling of recent events (7:44). Plus, Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on the Cardinals' COVID-19 outbreak (25:04) and Derek Jeter explains how the virus infiltrated Miami's clubhouse (39:05).
With the Lakers losing to the Toronto Raptors over the weekend, Mason and Ireland wondered about some of the weaknesses on this LA team. To talk more about this is ESPN's Dave McMenamin, live from the "Disney Bubble." And, a recap of what the Dodgers did over the weekend and talk on the Marlins/Cardinals COVID cases. Then, "Radio Tinder" and "Game Of Games." Plus, Crosstalk with Mychal Thompson and Allen Sliwa.
Major League Baseball's Field of Dreams game in Iowa has been postponed until 2021 because of the novel coronavirus.
The Cardinals' four-game series with the Tigers has been postponed after St. Louis players and staff experienced a coronavirus outbreak.
It didn't take long for the reality of the pandemic to reshuffle the restart of the 2020 baseball season. Here's a look at the past week.
Early returns have yielded surprises, with some superteams looking ready to rule.
The Cardinals have had multiple new positive test results for the coronavirus, sources told ESPN.
St. Louis team president John Mozeliak confirmed that the Cardinals have had one player and three staff members test positive for the coronavirus, while four more members of the organization have gotten inconclusive results.
Rob Manfred says "players need to be better," but the MLB commissioner is confident that play will continue despite positive coronavirus tests that have led to the postponement of 17 games in 10 days.
The weekend series between the Cardinals and Brewers has been postponed following additional positive tests for a player and multiple staff members for the Cardinals.
Michael Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser discuss the Cardinals having positive corona tests in the MLB, the Lakers’ win and Zion only playing 15 minutes in a Pelicans loss.
Tony Reali and the national panel discuss what the key takeaway is from the Lakers-Clippers game last night and assess how the Pelicans are handling Zion.
Dan, Katie and Pablo question if the Lakers’ win last night is a big deal, how concerning it is that Zion only played 15 minutes and the Cardinals' game postponement in the MLB.
The postponement of Friday's game allows the Cardinals enough time to do additional COVID-19 testing and conduct contact tracing prior to resuming play Saturday at Milwaukee, MLB said.
Jessica Mendoza joins Buster to discuss tonight's postponed Brewers-Cardinals game, 7-inning doubleheaders, and where Shane Bieber ranks among the top pitchers in baseball (7:05). Plus, Dr. Anthony Fauci assesses MLB's coronavirus strategy (20:25) and Todd Radom joins Buster and Troy to give the weekly quiz and provide some fun facts about Seattle (23:12).
Rich Hill pitched five scoreless innings in a smooth Minnesota debut, backed by Eddie Rosario's homer and Nelson Cruz's RBI double, and the Twins beat the St. Louis Cardinals 3-0 on Wednesday night.
Josh Donaldson homered and drove in two runs in his Target Field debut with Minnesota, Jorge Polanco hit a two-run shot and the Twins beat the St. Louis Cardinals 6-3 in their home opener Tuesday night.
St. Louis Cardinals right-hander Miles Mikolas is having season-ending surgery to repair a tendon in his right forearm.