BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Orioles spring training games have been canceled and Opening Day has been delayed for two weeks due to coronavirus concerns, according to Major League Baseball.
The MLB joined several other national sports leagues by canceling or postponing games.
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The National Hockey League paused its season. The NCAA is also discussing whether or not to hold March Madness.
People who bought tickets directly from the Orioles will have their purchases refunded for all spring training games. Those who bought tickets through sites like Ticketmaster, StubHub or Orioles.com or at the Ed Smith Stadium box office will get a refund on the credit card used for the purchase. People who paid with cash should mail the tickets to:
Spring Training Ticket Refunds
Ed Smith Stadium
2700 12th Street
Sarasota, FL 34237