The global pandemic and recent news of Major League Lacrosse suspending its 2020 start date have caused many to question the fate of the 2020 PLL Season. Will this new league’s second season be put on hold?
Luckily for fans of the game like us, the PLL recognizes the importance of transparency and put its CEO and founder, Mike Rabil, in the hot seat yesterday to give a “State of the League” address!
Here’s what we learned from Mike:
The most important thing as we go through these unprecedented times is the health and safety of our players. As we think through what the 2020 is going to look like, we have 3 main buckets…
The first one:
The full season starting May 29th at Gillette.
A later start date, but still the full season.
We’re evaluating a later start date with an abbreviated season.
Fate of 2020 PLL Season: In Your Hands!
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