None of the players and staff of Phyllis tested for coronavirus, despite the fact that he played in Marlin in Philadelphia and saw 17 members of the test in Miami, who passed the game positively, – said Jeff Pasan.
A member of the Philadelphia staff who visited the clubhouse protested positively, but sources told Marly Rivera from ESPN.
The news comes after sources said Tuesday’s Philadelphia game between the New York Yankees and the Phillies had been postponed.
This is the second consecutive match between the clubs, which was postponed after 13 members of the traveling Marlins party tested positive for coronavirus. On Tuesday, sources said four more Marlins tested positive.
NBC Sports Philadelphia said Phyllis would re-protest all members of their traveling party later Tuesday in the Civic Bank Park and travel to New York on Wednesday.
The Yankees will leave Philadelphia on Tuesday afternoon to return to New York, where they will train at the Yankees Stadium, Rivera sources said.
The Yankees said Tuesday̵7;s game was postponed with great caution, Karl Ravec sources told ESPN. The transfer was first reported by the New York Post.