Cleveland Indians Home Opener Postponed For at Least Two Weeks Due to Coronavirus

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Following Gov. Mike DeWine's announcement today that banned all state-wide gatherings of 100 people or more due to coronavirus, Major League Baseball has also decided to push back all Opening Day game at least for two weeks. That includes the Cleveland Indians' March 26 Home Opener.

All remaining spring training games have also been cancelled.
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