A ticket holder pauses outside a closed Goodyear Ballpark, spring training home of the Cleveland Indians and Cincinnati Reds baseball teams, reading a sign as to where he might get a refund for a canceled game, Thursday, March 12, 2020, in Goodyear, Ariz. Major League Baseball has suspended the rest of its spring training game schedule because if the coronavirus outbreak. MLB is also delaying the start of its regular season by at least two weeks.
Photo: AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin
Photo: AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin

Cincinnati Reds announce Arizona-based employee has tested positive for coronavirus

The Cincinnati Reds announced Wednesday a team employee has tested positive for the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. 

The club made the announcement as a precautionary note to those who were in their facility from Feb. 29-March 14. 

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The employee is based in Arizona, and the team says Reds staff who came in close contact with the person have self-quarantined and are being tested. 


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