outfielder Korsi Thomas this is the last St. Louis Cardinal to test positive for coronavirus, for St. Louis Post-Dispatch Derrick Goold.
Major League Baseball had already announced the cancellation of the Cardinals’ next series with the Pirates, meaning they remain stuck in just 5 games played. Now they have lost 13 games in a row and it is still unclear when they will return to play. It is not clear how serious the Cardinals’ issues are, although Baseball Operations President John Mozeliak said a couple of players went to the hospital, according to ESPN’s Jesse Rogers.
The Cardinals have now had 10 players and 7 staff members tested positively, for USA Today̵7;s Bob Nightengale. There is not believed to be any more positive evidence, although the organization has expanded its efforts with contact tracking and robust testing will continue. If there are no newer newly discovered tests, walk ahead before the Cardinals can return to play this weekend. In order for that conversation to happen, the Cardinals will first require consecutive days without a positive test, according to Rogers.