President’s Letter on 2020 Season Cancellation

To Our Loyal Commodores Fans, Sponsors, Donors, Host Families, and Volunteers:

Today a meeting of all the franchises of the Cape Cod Baseball League resulted in a unanimous vote to cancel the 2020 season because of the Covid-​19 virus pandemic. After weeks of internal deliberations, this difficult decision was made as it became clear that the risk to all involved is too high to move forward with the season, or even partial season. This is an extremely challenging time for college baseball, as all college games were cancelled this spring; but the hope was that players would be able to display their talents this summer.

I would like to take this time to thank all of those supporters of the team, including the volunteers who have put in countless hours over the past year in preparation for a 2020 season. This unprecedented cancellation of the season reveals the difficult and challenging times we are facing. First and foremost, this decision was made to ensure the safety of the players, fans, and members of the Commodores organization.

While the lights on Guv Fuller Field will not be aglow this summer, we expect to return fully prepared for the 2021 season. We hope to have an extensive refurbishment of Guv Fuller Field completed by then to enable our Commodores fans to experience the best amateur summer baseball ever. In the meantime, please continue to keep in touch by following our Facebook and Instagram pages and visiting our website.

Thank you to all for your continuing support. On behalf of the Falmouth Commodores, please continue to stay safe and be well. We’ll look forward to seeing you in 2021!

Sincerely,

Chuck Sturtevant
President

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