Earlier this year, Major League Baseball cancelled a two-game series to be played in San Juan, Puerto Rico between the Marlins of Miami and the Pirates of Pittsburgh because some super-spoiled baseball players from the Miami Marlins were concerned about the Zika virus. (Many cases of Zika have been diagnosed in Puerto Rico.) Now that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a Zika warning for travel to Miami, we are patiently awaiting MLB’s decision to cancel the rest of the Marlins’ games in Miami. (Shout out, again, to our good friend and fellow baseball afficionado Oscar Ruiz for bringing this state of affairs to our attention.)
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