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Good Covid News: Excluding Marlins, Both MLB and NBA Report Zero Positive Tests

USA Today reporter Bob Nightengale reports that not a single player outside of the Miami Marlins locker room tested positive for COVID since last Thursday. 

That is huge news for sane baseball fans and players that wanted a 2020 season. The ability for baseball to contain the virus from spreading out of the Marlins locker room was paramount for the immediate future of the league.

The NBA also reports that it has not had a single positive COVID test to report since July 20.

CBS has already run stories before tests came forward claiming we should “enjoy every inning as if it’s our last because that’s where baseball’s trending.” The fans of baseball hopefully recognize the fear porn from our media that clearly wants American values destroyed. Eliminating sports from our diets may lose the media their jobs, but they’ll accept embracing their political agenda as a consolation. 

Even CBS acknowledged the impact sports has on our mental health in an article stating “endorphins release in our brains that regulates your mood.” We all knew sports were essentially a cigarette to manage our own lives, but our media purposely ignores these facts.

The claim that COVID can’t be stopped from penetrating into a “non bubble” may be true, but Major League Baseball has proven you can MANAGE the virus. If this league can maintain protocol, there is no scientific reason to stop American sports. 

Odd how reporters at ESPN and CBS haven’t shared the news of zero positive tests as if it wasn’t glorious information to spread. It’s almost like they can’t stand the fact that our attempt hasn’t miserably failed. 

Before you follow these goofballs on Twitter to keep you updated on the future of baseball, understand that their opinions intertwine with the facts you’ll need to uncover what’s going on…

After today’s heroic news, baseball lives on and likely saved the lives of hard working Americans that needed a break from the stresses of life. Cheers!

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  1. I don’t believe in this article one bit.
    Why you might ask?
    Because I read the LA Times sports section where the Marlins virus numbers should be a consideration for no MLB. Since no commenting is allowed to the Times article I will take for granted then that it is true facts. Isn’t that the way it works?

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