Mets-Marlins in Puerto Rico canceled by COVID-19
The Puerto Rico series between the New York Mets and Miami Marlins, originally scheduled for April 28-30, has been canceled.
The cancelation is due to the delayed opening of the MLB season caused by the CO-VID19 pandemic. The games will be rescheduled in the home team's cities.
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