The West Coast League announced changes to their 2021 schedule Thursday.

Wenatchee Applesox GM Allie Schenk says the new schedule will consist of the league’s U.S.-based members playing each other, and the league’s Canada-based members doing the same.

"Everything has worked out so that we will have the same amount of home dates that we were supposed to have with our league and we will be filling in the rest of our dates with non-league games. We'll still have 30 games of Applesox fun this summer, but it will be a little bit different or as officially regulated. It will be a wonderful summer none the less."

There is a possibility of a full-league playoff format.

League Commissioner Rob Neyer said, "We’re looking forward to a new season devoted to our communities and our student-athletes. At the same time, we’re grateful for the guidance and assistance of local, state, and provincial health officials while prioritizing the health and safety of our players, staffs, fans, and host families."

The U.S. portion of the schedule will be released early next week, and consist of 48 official league games per team.

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