As the rate of new coronavirus infections drops in South Korea, the country’s baseball league has begun intrasquad scrimmages in hopes of starting in May.

The league was scheduled to start regular-season play on March 28th. 

The games are currently being played in empty stadiums, but that could change.

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MLB commissioner Rob Manfred cancelled the remainder of spring training on March 12 and postponed opening day until mid-May at the earliest.

The United States currently has around a half million confirmed COVID-19 cases.

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