A solid number of softball players saw their chance to play squashed when both the Baytown Girls Fastpitch Softball Association and the Mont Belvieu Youth Softball Association canceled their seasons.

In Baytown, league president Sergio Chavez noted the league – which had 160 registered players before the pandemic struck – had a number of participants that “decreased below what we need to maintain a season,” as a number of families decided to either not play due to the virus or made other plans for summer and could no longer participate.

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