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BALTIMORE, MD - JUNE 30: Fans cheer during the sixth inning between the Baltimore Orioles and St. Louis Cardinals at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on June 30, 2011 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

In an effort to get an idea of the number of people exposed to the coronavirus, MLB employees lined up to be tested for antibodies.

Turns out, less than one percent of players and workers in the 26 clubs that participated tested positive.

The results were somewhat surprising to Dr. Jay Bhattacharya of Stanford University, one of the study’s leaders, who admitted, “I was expecting a little bit of a higher number.”

While the numbers were low, Bhattacharya says not to draw wider conclusions, adding, “This is a special population. It’s not representative of the American population at large.”

This article was written by Melvin Vigo~ Melvin Vigo is Beasley Media Group's Fort Myers Digital Program Director. He's a sucker for ice cream and a good Netflix show. When he's not working, he's probably napping, watching endless Tik Tok videos or at the dog beach. Because why not? You can connect with Melvin on Instagram @mr.hernanlugo