HOUSTON (AP) — The Oakland Athletics have had one member of their organization test positive for COVID-19, causing their game Sunday against the Houston Astros to be postponed. The finale of the three-game series in Houston was called off hours before it was set to start. The A’s said the team conducted testing and contact tracing for the entire traveling party and would self-isolate in Houston with recommended safety precautions in place. The Astros beat the Athletics on Saturday night for a doubleheader sweep. The doubleheader was scheduled after the A’s and Astros decided not to play Friday night to raise awareness of racial inequality in the wake of the police shooting of 29-year-old Jacob Blake, a Black man, in Wisconsin. COVID-19 testing has now postponed 38 games.