Derek Jeter: 'False sense of security' led to Marlins' COVID-19 outbreak


Miami Marlins CEO Derek Jeter admitted Monday that the team's "false sense of security" led to 18 players and two coaches testing positive for COVID-19. (UPI Sport News) More More

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