Two baseball games moved from Puerto Rico due to Zika fears

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Friday, May 6, 2016
Zika virus

NEW YORK -- Baseball has scrapped a series in Puerto Rico between the Pittsburgh Pirates and Miami Marlins amid concerns over the Zika virus.

Major League Baseball and the players' union made the announcement Friday.

The two games scheduled for San Juan on May 30-31 will instead be played in Miami.