Baseball fans were treated to encouraging news on Saturday when the results from the latest round of coronavirus tests produced a staggeringly low percentage. Of the 3,185 samples, there were only 38 positive tests, which gave MLB a 1.2% positivity rate. On top of that, 11 teams reported zero positive cases. However, it pains us to report that positive test percentage was a bit skewed. Per Jesse Dougherty of the Washington Post, the cases were solely based on Wednesday's examinations. Over 40.