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Valley Baseball League Cancels 2020 Season

In light of developments resulting from the COVID–19 pandemic, and after consulting with medical experts, the Virginia State Government, and the Board of Directors, the Valley Baseball League has announced that the 2020 season has been officially canceled.

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – In light of developments resulting from the COVID–19 pandemic, and after consulting with medical experts, the Virginia State Government, and the Board of Directors, the Valley Baseball League has announced that the 2020 season has been officially canceled. This decision follows the temporary stay-at-home order issued by Virginia Governor Ralph Northam and social distancing mandates issued by the C.D.C.
The 2019 Valley Baseball League champion Charlottesville Tom Sox were set to begin their title defense on May 29.
For more information, please contact Valley Baseball League Media Relations Director John Leonard at [email protected].

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