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    The Reds one positive could be bad news for the Cards if games with them have to be postponed. The Cards sure don’t need any more double headers but they do play them 7 times at Busch and 3 at Cincy.

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    Brian WaltonBrian Walton
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    Good decision.

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    Brian WaltonBrian Walton
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    Developing…

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    Brian WaltonBrian Walton
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    #135247
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    The inconsiderate, negligent Reds have broken protocol. Time for all the shamers to start slamming the Reds and their front office.

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    I dont really feel sorry for the teams that weren’t careful enough and now have condensed schedules. However teams such as the Pirates are going to have condensed schedukes due to failings of other teams. Is that fair?

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    Brian WaltonBrian Walton
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    I am almost scared to ask, but what do you consider to be a better solution? 😉

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    Don’t really have one. Just unfortunate for the teams that were able to prevent it from happening to them.

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    stlcard25stlcard25
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    However teams such as the Pirates are going to have condensed schedukes due to failings of other teams. Is that fair?

    As the worst team in the league by a long shot, I don’t think Pirates fans are missing much. Lol

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    #135400
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    Hope MLB learns a lesson from the Cardinals and is cautious with Reds return to play.

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    Brian WaltonBrian Walton
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    If there are no more positives among the Reds, are you ok with them playing this coming Thursday, 1964? If not, it will affect the Cardinals schedule…

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    Hope MLB learns a lesson from the Cardinals and is cautious with Reds return to play.

    But we all need to hope they are ready to play by Thursday as the Cards do not need any more double headers on their schedule. One good thing from yesterday – 7 inning games go nice and fast.

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    Reading the Heyman tweet is worrisome. I hope the variable incubation period lesson has been learned.

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    Brian WaltonBrian Walton
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    Brian, I am not a public health expert or trying to be cute. However, sitting out until Wednesday would make it five days in quarantine without a positive test. I am assuming Wednesday would be a work out day and a Thursday game. My question is: Would the Cardinals have been COVID free following a similar time line?

    Is it unreasonable to have positive tests on day seven or eight?

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    Brian WaltonBrian Walton
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    They consulted with Dr. Fauci, but did he agree? I would sure like to see the data behind this…

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    Brian WaltonBrian Walton
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    Edit: This is an update. Apparently the Reds plan to play KC on Tuesday, but are flying there Tuesday morning instead of Monday night.

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    Brian WaltonBrian Walton
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    1964cards asked:

    1) My question is: Would the Cardinals have been COVID free following a similar time line?

    2) Is it unreasonable to have positive tests on day seven or eight?

    1) No, they were not.

    2) One would think not or there wouldn’t be a 14-day quarantine, but the real question is to understand the apparent disconnect between positive tests and being contagious.

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    They are all piling on a plane. If one then tests positive in the next couple days, what happens?

    #135523
    Brian WaltonBrian Walton
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    bling asked:

    They are all piling on a plane. If one then tests positive in the next couple days, what happens?

    Same thing that happened when the Cardinals returned from quarantine in Milwaukee – they go back into quarantine.

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    In the non MLB world I dont think it was ever the norm to quarantine a non symptomatic person just because they came in contact with a positive tested person. Not sure why it is in this case.

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    In the non MLB world I dont think it was ever the norm to quarantine a non symptomatic person just because they came in contact with a positive tested person. Not sure why it is in this case.

    CDC guidance says a person should quarantine 14 days after exposure to a COVID-19 infected individual, even if the person remains asymptomatic. The CDC guidance does provide an exception for critical workers, e.g. law enforcement, food industry, etc. However, CDC guidance doesn’t make it the norm in all cases. MLB is an example.

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    So if Carlos and Sosa are probably the first ones back, does that mean they were the first ones to contract it?

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