It seems like the bad news is going to continue for Major League Baseball.
According to ESPN's Jeff Passan, the St. Louis Cardinals are expecting multiple new positive COVID-19 tests.
"The latest round of coronavirus tests from the St. Louis Cardinals are, in the words of someone with the team, 'not good,'" Passan tweeted Sunday.
Passan adds the Cards took more tests Sunday morning and those results should be ready by Sunday night. He also reports there were a number of inconclusive test results collected on Saturday.
The latest round of coronavirus tests from the St. Louis Cardinals are, in the words of someone with the team, "not good." There are expected to be multiple new positives, sources tell ESPN. Cardinals took more tests this morning, and results of those should arrive by tonight.— Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) August 2, 2020
There were a number of inconclusive results among the Cardinals yesterday, as @dgoold said, and the team’s path forward will be determined by the number of confirmed and new positives. @JonHeyman and @ByRobertMurray were on today's results.— Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) August 2, 2020
MLB announced on Saturday that the doubleheader scheduled for Sunday between the Cardinals and Milwaukee Brewers had been postponed. Games for Friday and Saturday were also postponed due to multiple positive COVID-19 tests.