Five members of the Los Angeles Dodgers organization and one family member have tested positive for the coronavirus, county health officials said.The announcement comes barely more than a week after the team won the World Series.The identity of those who have tested positive was not released.The Los Angeles Dodgers and Major League Baseball did not immediately return requests for comment on Saturday.It is unclear if the nine included third baseman Justin Turner, who was removed during the team’s World Series-clinching win on Oct. 27 after he tested positive for the virus.Full coverage of the coronavirus outbreak A USA Today story on the five cases cited a person with knowledge of the situation saying most of the people who tested positive were outside the so-called bubble at the World Series in Arlington, Texas.Turner had been removed following the seventh inning of Game 6 and placed in isolation to prevent spread, according to the MLB.But after the win, he was seen celebrating with his team on the diamond at Globe Life Field in Arlington.Los Angeles Dodgers manager Dave Robert and third baseman Justin Turner pose for a group picture after defeating the Tampa Bay Rays in the World Series, on Oct. 27,

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