Major League Baseball began its season on July 23, but the league has not hit it out of the park when it's come to coronavirus prevention. In just the first 2 weeks of the season, two teams - the Marlins and the Cardinals - have experienced outbreaks of the virus, and several other teams, such as the Phillies, have experienced extended time away from the field as a result. Sports betting platform DraftKings's stock is lower than it was when MLB began its season. Delano Saporu, Founder and Financial Advisor at New Street Advisors Group discusses the impact COVID-19 concerns have on business that revolve around sports, such as betting, ticket sales and merchandise.