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Florida State League All-Star Game cancelled

League president cites safety of fans, players, staff in decision
The 2020 FSL All-Star Game had been slated to be played at Daytona's Jackie Robinson Ballpark. (Daytona Tortugas)
May 4, 2020

The Florida State League announced today that the 2020 Florida State League All-Star Game, hosted by the Daytona Tortugas and scheduled for June 23 at Historic Jackie Robinson Ballpark has been cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

The Florida State League announced today that the 2020 Florida State League All-Star Game, hosted by the Daytona Tortugas and scheduled for June 23 at Historic Jackie Robinson Ballpark has been cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Florida State League President Terry Reynolds made the announcement today and said "I am very sad to announce the cancellation of this year's FSL All-Star Game. The Tortugas, under the leadership of President Ryan Keur, have worked diligently to host our premiere summer event. To the fans, the sponsors and the partners who would have set a new standard of excellence for our event, we say 'Thank you!'"
The start of the Florida State League season has been postponed in coordination with the State of Florida and White House guidance on social distancing.
"We cannot wait to get the Florida State League season underway but the health and safety of our fans, players, and staff is our utmost priority," Reynolds said.