Due to fears over the coronavirus, South Korea's professional baseball league has postponed the start of its regular season indefinitely.
At a meeting with club presidents earlier today, the Korea Baseball Organization announced that the 2020 season will be pushed back to sometime in April.
The season was originally scheduled to begin on March 28th.
The league said they made the decision after consulting with health experts, emphasizing that the health of fans and players is top priority.
If the situation doesn't improve by April, the games could go ahead without any spectators as the KBO still plans to play all 144 games.