Nationals, Phillies game postponed after players, coaches test positive for COVID-19: report

The Washington Nationals game against the Philadelphia Phillies tonight has been postponed in order to allow for "continued testing and contact tracing" for COVID-19.

According to ESPN reporter Jeff Passan, a number of Nationals players and coaches have tested positive for the virus.

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The news arrives after Nationals infielder Trea Turner left Tuesday’s game upon learning he’d tested positive for the virus.

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The team has not indicated whether any other players or personnel have tested positive yet.

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It is not known whether any Phillies tested positive.

The game will be made up Thursday as part of a straight doubleheader.