Derek Jeter blames the Miami Marlins' COVID-19 outbreak on a collective false sense of security amongst the team on social distancing and wearing masks.

"The entire traveling party got a little too comfortable," Jeter said Monday.

With more than half of the team sidelined, Jeter said the Marlins still can be competitive when their season resumes Tuesday at Baltimore after a hiatus of more than a week.

Following an MLB investigation, Jeter said, it's impossible to know where the first Marlins player became infected or how the coronavirus reached the clubhouse.