The Phillies look ready to return to the field.
Having had all games since last Sunday postponed after playing the Marlins — who’ve had 21 individuals test positive for COVID-19 since their series in Philadelphia — the Phillies announced they had no new positive cases in their most recent round of tests, and will resume their schedule Monday at Yankee Stadium.
The Phillies had three staff members test positive for the coronavirus after facing the Marlins, but MLB said Saturday it believed two of the cases may have been false positives. Philadelphia was permitted to hold staggered workouts at Citizens Bank Park on Saturday. The team was set to work out again on Sunday.
The Phillies have played just three games this season, with series against the Yankees and Blue Jays postponed. Following a two-game set in The Bronx, the Phillies are scheduled to host the Yankees on Wednesday and Thursday.
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