Evansville Otters Won’t Play Bosse Field Again Until 2021
The coronavirus has really put a damper on 2020. We've lost our concerts, car shows, fireworks displays and more. Now the latest casualty to our social calendars? Evansville baseball. The Evansville Otters have announced that they will not be playing ball in 2020. And it's not just the Otters. The entire Frontier League has cancelled the 2020 season.
In a statement the organization said,
...The health of our players, fans, employees, vendors, and others upon whom we rely to create an entertaining season has always been of utmost importance, and the risk for crowds was a primary factor for us as well...
Needless to say, we are very disappointed (and saddened) that we cannot play this season. A lot of work has gone into what would have been a wonderful year with the extensive improvements to Bosse Field and an expanded and more competitive league.
We are already looking forward to 2021 with a lot of plans that we hope our fans will love.
You can read the full statement from The Otters here. They will be offering some virtual experiences, like an anniversary game that was recently broadcast via YouTube.