Philadelphia Phillies has canceled all activities at Civic Bank Park, including a series of weekends against the Blue Jays, after a member of the coaching staff and a member of the club’s home staff tested positive for coronavirus, the team announced on Thursday.
Phyllis said that no player tested positive.
As a result, Saturday’s game on Saturday and Sunday in Philadelphia has been postponed, Blue Jace manager Charlie Montejo told reporters that his team plans to stay in Washington for the weekend after their series ends on Thursday.
Phyllis has not played since Sunday. They do not currently plan to play up to four games of the series against the Yankees ̵1; in New York on Monday and Tuesday and at home on Wednesday and Thursday.
Phyllis Center expert Andrew McCuchen posted his reaction on Twitter, saying, “It’s really good.”
All jokes aside … it really sucks.
– andrew mccutchen (@ TheCUTCH22) July 30, 2020
New positive tests come on Thursday after the serving guest club found a positive position after a series of weekends against the Miami Marlins, which have had 19 positive tests in the last seven days, sources confirmed.
Phyllis was scheduled to host the Yankees on Monday and Tuesday, and then played them in New York on Wednesday and Thursday. Instead, the Yankees began a series against the Orioles on Wednesday.