The Tigers-Cardinals game scheduled for Monday has already been postponed, and now Tuesday's game likely will be, too.
St. Louis has had multiple players and staff members test positive for COVID-19 in the last few days.
St. Louis reportedly had six positive tests in its traveling party over the weekend, which caused the postponement of their series against the Brewers in Milwaukee.
While postponements pile up across MLB, commissioner Rob Manfred said Sunday he will not 'quit on the season.
"We’re just going to go on doing what they tell us to do and try to stay healthy here and play the games that are put in front of us," said Tigers manager Ron Gardenhire. "As far as the commissioner, he has to speak all the time about a lot of different things. We listen to it and then move forward and try to do the best we can to keep our team healthy.
"That’s where we’re at. We’re going to play what they ask to play.”
Detroit is 5-5 through its first 10 games of this 60-game season.