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MSU Cancels Baseball Games Through April 27th Because of Positive COVID-19 Test Results

Missouri State University’s next five baseball games scheduled through April 27th have been canceled due to positive COVID-19 test results within MSU’s Tier 1 personnel, which includes players, coaches, managers and staff.

The university says subsequent testing and contact tracing confirmed the positive test results that led to the cancelation of Tuesday’s game against Missouri, revealed MSU does not have the minimum number of medically-cleared players to host the four-game home series with Southeast Missouri State scheduled for April 23rd through 25th at Hammons Field.

The Bears’ game at Arkansas is also canceled as the team will be unable to complete the university’s return-to-play protocol before the April 27th game in Fayetteville.

The games will not be made up.

The Bears are scheduled to play again on April 30th at Southern Illinois.

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