Report: MLB not discussing season cancellation after Marlins' outbreak
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Major League Baseball has no intention of canceling the 2020 regular season after the Miami Marlins' COVID-19 outbreak postponed two games on Monday.

There was no discussion about the matter during a weekly conference call held by the owners on Monday afternoon, reports Scott Miller of Bleacher Report.

The commissioner's office intends to revise their health directives, including mandatory mask use in clubhouses, as well as reinforce their stance on items such as high-fives and spitting during games, Miller adds.

More than a dozen Marlins players and staff tested positive over the weekend following a series against the Phillies in Philadelphia.

The Marlins are undergoing additional testing in Philadelphia and reportedly still expect to travel to Baltimore for a two-game series against the Orioles beginning Wednesday.

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Report: MLB not discussing season cancellation after Marlins' outbreak
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