The St. Louis Cardinals are announcing their refund policy for tickets to June home games.
The refund policy will give season ticket holders the same account credit or refund they previously chose for April and May.
Single-game and Theme ticket buyers will be refunded their full purchase price, including all fees.
This refund will be automatically returned via the original form of payment used for purchase.
All-inclusive and Party Suite tickets will be refunded their full purchase price, including fees.
Fans can view all of the ticket refund information at cardinals.com/update.
The announcement made yesterday (Monday) comes the same day as MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred said he is not confident there will be any baseball played in 2020.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is saying he supports and encourages teams to sign quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
The 32 year old Kaepernick has not played since the 2016 season, when he was a member of the San Francisco 49ers and kneeled during the national anthem to protest racial inequality.
In an interview with ESPN yesterday, Goodell praised Kaepernick and others for raising issues such as racism and injustice.
Goodell also addressed reports yesterday that some players on the Houston Texans and the Dallas Cowboys have tested positive for COVID-19, saying that the league expects positive tests, and all of those players have had either mild symptoms or are asymptomatic.