Saturday’s game between L&D Amsterdam Pirates and Curaçao Neptunus cancelled

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Tomorrow’s game between L&D Amsterdam Pirates and Curaçao Neptunus will not be played tomorrow, Saturday, September 12. The game will be pushed back to Tuesday September 15. 

Three players of the L&D Amsterdam Pirates squad appear to have COVID-19 symptoms. The players have been tested and until the testing results are known, they will stay at home quarantine as the corona protocol tells them to do. 

There may be a relation between the three cases so as a result, L&D Amsterdam Pirates took its responsibility and asked the KNBSB (Royal Dutch Baseball and Softball Federation) to postpone the game and reschedule it on Tuesday. 

As soon as the testing results are known, he KNBSB will decide what to do with the game that is scheduled on Sunday. The KNBSB expects more clarity in the course of Saturday. 


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