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Saturday, March 14, 2020
COVID-19 Update

From PGCBL President Robert Julian

This has been an incredibly trying time for everyone with the spread of COVID-19. Baseball players, coaches, and support staff have all been dealing with difficult decisions regarding this pandemic at all levels. As a league, although we understand, we were especially saddened to hear about the suspension and/or cancellation of the collegiate and high school baseball seasons, and realize how disappointing this must be to all involved. 

Rest assured that the PGCBL will continue to consult the CDC in the coming weeks and months, while still looking forward to summer collegiate baseball. We are fully supportive of any and all measures needed to help protect the health and safety of our teams and fans. Thank you in advance for all of the support from our players, fans, and sponsors - we look forward to seeing you this summer.

League President, Robert Julian, stated, “We will follow all of the CDC recommendations and standards as established by the NCAA and the baseball industry with regard to commencing the season and protecting the health and well-being of the players, our staff and fans. However, we look forward with optimism that our season will commence, and we are making preparations accordingly.”

From Mohawks President & GM Brian Spagnola

UPDATE ON MOHAWKS 2020 SEASON: While the health and safety of the world is everyone's greatest concern right now, we wanted to update you on our plans for Amsterdam Mohawks baseball this summer.

Our opening night is scheduled for May 29th and since none of us knows what the world will look like at that time, we are continuing preparation for our season to start that night and for the world to hopefully be back to normal. If by recommendations of the CDC and government, we are unable to start on May 29th, we will stay 'on hold' until they tell us that things are safe enough to start our season. We will at that point modify our schedule, possibly by extending the end date of the season. But rest assured, as long as we can have 'first pitch' by even mid-July, we will have a season.

Of course, baseball is of low priority right now but we have been asked these questions by many parents, fans, players, sponsors, coaches, and staff members so wanted to address them. PLEASE follow guidelines and stay home and keep your kids home so we can get through this crisis quicker and limit those infected. Stay safe and hope to see everyone at the ballpark soon!!! 


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