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CERTAINTY IN UNCERTAIN TIMES

A week before we went to press with this Minor League Preview issue, the whole world changed. In the span of just a few days, the world went from preparing for March Madness and the start of the baseball season to hunkering down at home and longing for a return to normalcy because of the novel coronavirus.

While we don’t know when the minor league season will begin, we are hopeful and optimistic that at some point it will return. So we want to prepare you for its arrival, whether that is in May, June or July.

ROBO UMPS COME TO FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE

Most Florida State League games this season will feature automated balls and strikes—or ABS in Major League Baseball parlance. Technology will determine the strike zone, much like it did

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