Brewers home opener postponed due to Cardinals' positive test

The Milwaukee Brewers will have to wait at least another day to open their home season at Miller Park.  According to Jon Heyman of MLB Network, Friday afternoon's game between the Brewers and St. Louis Cardinals has been postponed due to two members of the Cardinals organization testing positive for the COVID-19 virus.  St. Louis is coming off a series at Minnesota while the Brewers just completed a six-game road trip to Chicago and Pittsburgh.  Other series have been postponed involving the Miami Marlins, which had over a dozen players and coaches test positive to the coronavirus.  The Brewers and Cardinals will now wait while other St. Louis Cardinals are tested to determine if a spread occurred and if the series may be in jeopardy to be played. 

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