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COVID-19 Could Cost MLB Billions In Lost Broadcast Revenue

Major League Baseball is postponing another game Friday night after several players tested positive for coronavirus.

And unlike the NBA, the MLB is not restarting its season in a bubble. The outbreak within the league could end its 60 game season and playoffs, costing the MLB billions in lost broadcast revenue.

Here & Now‘s media analyst John Carroll explains.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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