Marlins, Pirates Games in Puerto Rico Canceled Due to Zika

  • 'No choice' but to cancel games, says Major League Baseball
  • Decision threatens tourism as commonwealth faces debt crisis

Major League Baseball and its Players Association agreed there was "no choice" but to move a two-game series between the Miami Marlins and the Pittsburgh Pirates out of Puerto Rico, after a critical mass of players said they wouldn’t make the trip because of concerns over Zika virus.

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