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MLB allows each team to decide its ticket refund policy

The Colorado Rockies have yet to offer an official statement on how the club will handle ticket refunds for games missed.
Credit: AP Photo/David Zalubowski
A grounds crew worker uses a mower to cut the lawn in the outfield of Coors Field during a media tour as workers prepare for the Colorado Rockies' home-opener baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers Thursday, April 4, 2019, in Denver.

NEW YORK — Major League Baseball has told teams they could decide their own ticket refund policies. 

Spring training was suspended on March 12 and the regular season was delayed from its scheduled March 26 start because of the coronavirus pandemic.  

A revised schedule has not been announced, and teams had treated the missed games as postponements and not announced refund policies.

The Colorado Rockies have yet to offer an official statement on how the club will handle ticket refunds for games missed.

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