Major League Baseball coronavirus outbreak: At least 13 Cardinals have COVID-19; Series vs

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On Saturday, the team had one player and three staff members test positive, while four more members of the organization had inconclusive results, team president John Mozeliak said during a video conference call with reporters.

Tornado watch issued for Western Mass. into Sunday evening
A tornado warning had been issued earlier Sunday morning for the southern part of Northampton County in Pennsylvania. Video of what appeared to be a tornado moving through a hilly, heavily wooded area was posted on social media.

4 members of St. Louis Cardinals reportedly test positive for coronavirus; insight from Bob Nightengale, Entercom Radio Sports Insider and MLB Network Insider.

Thousands evacuated as firefighters battle growing California wild fire
No injuries were reported . "We don't want to put firefighters in a risky situation", Cox told the Riverside Press-Enterprise. Campgrounds and hiking trails were closed in the San Gorgonio Wilderness area of the San Bernardino National Forest.

Seven players and six staff members from the St. Louis Cardinals have tested positive for the coronavirus over the past week, prompting the Major League Baseball to postpone the team's upcoming four-game series against the Detroit Tigers.

Amitabh Bachchan tests negative for COVID-19, discharged from hospital
Unfortunately due to some co-morbidities I remain positive and will continue to stay in the hospital, Abhishek wrote . After Abhishek's tweet, senior Bachchan took to Twitter himself to share the latest development with his followers.

The series was to have been played at Comerica Park from Tuesday through Thursday. The Club, which has been in quarantine since Thursday, will stay in Milwaukee and their personnel will continue to be tested daily. Their game scheduled against the Tigers today has likewise been postponed and now they are currently scheduled to play four games in three days against the Tigers in Detroit starting tomorrow. The tentative plan is for the team to resume its regular schedule on Friday against the Chicago Cubs in St. Louis. The Miami Marlins were hit by a similar situation, and they're scheduled to return to action Tuesday after not having played since July 26.

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