Report: Marlins cleared to leave Philadelphia after latest negative tests
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The Miami Marlins can finally leave Philadelphia.

Miami was cleared to depart Sunday after a second straight day of negative COVID-19 tests, according to MLB.com's Joe Frisaro.

The Marlins will reportedly travel to Baltimore for a team workout Monday before beginning a four-game series against the Orioles on Tuesday.

They had been quarantined in Philadelphia since July 26 after a team outbreak forced several game postponements and caused Citizens Bank Park to shut down for fumigation.

MLB and the players' association announced Friday that the Marlins had 21 cases of COVID-19 within their traveling party, including 18 players. The infected individuals have reportedly since been bused to South Florida where they will remain in quarantine.

The Marlins have frantically been adding to their player pool over the past week to ensure they have as close to a complete roster as possible ahead of their return to play.

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