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A game between the St. Louis Cardinals and Milwaukee Brewers scheduled for Saturday has been postponed.

According to Jon Heyman, the game was called off after more positive coronavirus tests within the Cardinals organization. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

The game scheduled for Friday was also already called off because of coronavirus.

Brewers-Cardinals game postponed

— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) August 1, 2020

Count is 1 more Cardinals player positive and 3 staff members. Now they have 3 total players positive. @Ken_Rosenthal and @ByRobertMurray we’re on it

— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) August 1, 2020

Baseball is so screwed. It’s not even funny. I guess we should have all seen this coming, but now it’s official.

Is there any path that we can see which ends with the MLB concluding the season as scheduled? Is there any path at all?

If there is, I’m definitely not seeing it.

 

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How has the MLB managed to bungle this so badly? How was the MLB not prepared for the coronavirus pandemic and for games to start?

I understand we’re in a crazy time right now, but several other leagues have all managed to figure it out. Yet, the MLB is on the brink of absolute disaster.

BREAKING: MLB commissioner Rob Manfred told MLBPA executive director Tony Clark on Friday that if the sport doesn’t do a better job of managing the coronavirus, it could shut down for the season, sources told @JeffPassan. pic.twitter.com/lNXpbzkHZr

— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) July 31, 2020

At this point, I think we all need to start accepting the reality that the MLB might be shutting down and it might happen sooner than later. What an absolute disaster for everyone involved.

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Hairstylist upset Cardinals Ryan Helsley didnt inform her of COVID-19 symptoms

Ryan Helsley went and got a haircut while he had COVID-19 symptoms.

Ryan Helsley and the St. Louis Cardinals continue to not take COVID-19 seriously.

Per Brooke Grimlsey of KMOV, “a local hairstylist is frustrated after Ryan Helsley got his hair cut by her the same day the team said he was exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms. She was never contacted about her exposure until [Tuesday], after we reached out to the St. Louis Cardinals for comment.”

This is an atrocious look for an MLB team that hasn’t played baseball in who knows how long. Grimsley and KMOV received a comment from Cardinals team president John Mozeliak on the matter.

“When we met with Ryan to discuss his positive status, we identified that he received a haircut. He was instructed to follow up with everyone he came in contact with, including this individual, and this was an oversight unfortunately. We regret this and will take more ownership in the future.”

Only on @KMOV at 10 a local hairstylist is frustrated after Ryan Helsley got his hair cut by her the same day the team said he was exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms. She was never contacted about her exposure until today, after we reached out to the #STLCards for comment.

— Brooke Grimsley (@BrookeGrimsley) August 12, 2020

John Mozeliak’s statement on Ryan Helsley: “When we met with Ryan to discuss his positive status, we identified that he received a haircut. He was instructed to follow up with everyone he came in contact with, including this individual, and this was an oversight unfortunately.” https://t.co/xsKq0rAQC1

— Brooke Grimsley (@BrookeGrimsley) August 12, 2020

I apologize, I didn’t notice the rest of the statement was cut off but Mozeliak continued saying:
“We regret this and will take more ownership in the future.”

— Brooke Grimsley (@BrookeGrimsley) August 12, 2020

At this point, should the MLB let the St. Louis Cardinals play anymore?

Before their coronavirus outbreak, the Cardinals were 2-3 on the season. Even the Miami Marlins who had their issues with the virus at the start of the 60-game season are back playing, as they have 11 games under their belt, shockingly leading the NL East with a 7-4 mark. We’re simply running out of days and running out of patience with the Cardinals organization at this point.

From Grimsley’s reporting, Bailey Dowell, who works at a salon in downtown St. Louis recounted her experience cutting Helsley’s hair on Thursday morning while he had a bit of a fever. “I was trying to give them a chance to do the right thing,” said Dowell. She was not contacted by Helsley and the Cardinals organization, so this is why she reached out to KMOV about the matter.

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“I did ask what he did and he simply said baseball didn’t say specifically of course. I do remember specifically asking about had he been in contact with anybody or if he knew anybody close to him who have had COVID and he did say no to me, and thinking back on it that’s one of my frustrations,” said Dowell.

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This is another prime example why the other 29 MLB teams get to play and the Cardinals don’t. It’s a shame that teams in the NL Central and AL Central have to take three or four days off because the Cardinals simply cannot get their stuff together. It’s embarrassing for everybody involved and anyone who loves baseball hearing news of this from afar. Get it together, Cards.

Helsley’s recklessness and lack of accountability is the epitome of not being a professional.

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