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Governor of New York, Cuomo, invitations MLB to return right here after coronavirus infections have stopped the season

Rhys Hoskins # 17 of the Philadelphia Phillies runs down Gio Urshela # 29 of the New York Yankees during a summer camp game at Yankee Stadium on July 20, 2020 in New York City.

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Governor Andrew Cuomo invited major league baseball teams to play in New York for the rest of their season, saying that the state could do better to protect players from the corona virus, which led to rescheduled games and doubted the return of the sport .

The MLB postponed at least two games on Monday after more than a dozen Miami Marlins players and employees tested positive for Covid-19.

"The state of New York could host all major league baseball games that all teams want to play, and they could play those games in our stadiums," Cuomo said in a conference call with reporters on Tuesday. "The state of New York has one of the lowest infection rates in the United States."

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