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Report: Brewers home opener postponed due to positive COVID tests on Cardinals
MILWAUKEE - Tonight's Milwaukee Brewers-St. Louis Cardinals game has been postponed due to positive COVID tests on the Cardinals, per MLB Network's Jon Heyman.

The Cardinals are self-isolating at their hotel and will not go to the ballpark. USA Today Sports' Bob Nightengale reports that two Cardinals tested positive for the virus.

Saturday night's game at Miller Park remains as scheduled at 6:10 p.m. CT. There is a doubleheader scheduled for Sunday at 1:10 p.m. CT.

Friday night's game was going to be the first of the year at Miller Park. The Brewers entered the day with a 3-3 record, one back of the division-leading Cubs.

Story By: Andrew Goldstein

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