No more Phillies positive, will play Yankees Monday but Tuesday's game postponed

The Philadelphia Phillies received no new positive results in Sunday's round of coronavirus testing and will resume their season Monday when they play the Yankees in New York.

The team announced the latest test results Monday morning.

But their game against the Yanks on Tuesday already has been postponed -- this time for severe inclement weather.

Tropical Storm Isaias is making its way north, hugging the East Coast and likely causing more rainouts.

Tuesday's game is scheduled to be made up as part of a doubleheader on Wednesday in Philadelphia, beginning at 4:05 p.m. ET. The Yankees will be the home team in the first game, the Phillies in the second.

Philadelphia right-hander Jake Arrieta will make his season debut Monday against the Yankees, who will counter with ace Gerrit Cole.

The Phillies originally were slated to play the Marlins in a three-game series beginning Tuesday in Miami, but that series will be rescheduled.

The Phillies have not played since July 26 against the Marlins.