The Cardinals will return to the field tomorrow for a doubleheader in Chicago against the White Sox. Both teams will be playing two seven-inning games. St. Louis hasn’t played since a 3-0 loss to the Twins on July 29th because of a COVID-19 outbreak within the organization. President of baseball operations
John Mozaylock says everyone is being held accountable and to a higher standard.
After playing the series finale Sunday against the White Sox, the Cards will move to the North Side to play five games against the Cubs in three days, including a doubleheader Monday, one game Tuesday and a doubleheader Wednesday. That stretch will make up for last weekend’s postponed Cubs series. The Cards are traveling to Chicago despite finding out that an 18th member of the organization tested positive for the coronavirus Wednesday.