According to multiple reports, the Chicago Dogs’ game Sunday afternoon against the Milwaukee Milkmen was postponed after at least one player involved in the game tested positive for coronavirus.
There has been no official announcement made by the Milkmen or the Dogs, but according to Rich Rovito of the Associated Press, Milkmen owner Mike Zimmerman confirmed that a player had tested positive for coronavirus, declining to say which team the player was a part of:
WBEZ’s Cheryl Stout reports that the game was postponed after two Milwaukee players tested positive for the virus:
Citing “circumstances outside of our control,” the Milkmen postponed Sunday’s game to a later date:
According to multiple reports, fans were still allowed to enter the stadium, and were treated to free food and other treats.
It is unclear when play will resume for the two clubs. The Dogs were set to open the home portion of their schedule on Tuesday against the Milkmen at Impact Field.