Major League Baseball postponed Friday’s game between the Milwaukee Brewers and St. Louis Cardinals after two St. Louis players tested positive for coronavirus. Eight teams have seen their games postponed due to the pandemic little more than a week into the MLB season.

Saturday’s game between Milwaukee and St. Louis is still scheduled to be played at Miller Park. Friday’s contest is expected to be made up Sunday as part of a doubleheader.

On Thursday, the league and the MLB Players Association agreed to implement seven-inning doubleheaders, ESPN reported, to make up postponed games more easily.

The Cardinals played the Minnesota Twins Wednesday. There’s no indication yet that Minnesota’s weekend series with the Cleveland Indians will be altered though every team’s schedule is proving to be flexible this season.

The Miami Marlins, Philadelphia Phillies, Washington Nationals and Toronto Blue Jays are all off this weekend because of coronavirus concerns.

Miami’s season has been suspended for at least seven days in the wake of a reported 18 players testing positive for coronavirus in the past week. The Marlins were supposed to face the Baltimore Orioles Monday through Thursday, followed by a three-game set against Washington Friday through Sunday.

Because Philadelphia hosted Miami for a three-game series last weekend, their next four games against the New York Yankees were postponed. After a Phillies’ coach and clubhouse attendant tested positive for coronavirus, the team’s weekend set with Toronto was postponed. 

MLB shifted its schedule earlier this week when Miami and Philadelphia were told to stay away from the ballpark. The Orioles hosted Yankees in Baltimore for a two-game series Wednesday and Thursday. 

If the 2020 season is completed, it’s highly unlikely every team will play a full 60-game schedule.