COVID-19 has finally claimed its first sports victim in the Mountain State.

The West Virginia Power, a Minor League Baseball team in Charleston, West Virginia, announced via Twitter that their 2020 season has officially been “shelved.”

In their statement, the team expressed their disappointment, describing their emotions as “devastated.” They would continue that Power baseball has become a “summer tradition in the Capital City,” and that they wished they could “provide the Charleston community” with it in 2020.

The West Virginia Power are the Class A affiliate of the MLB’s Seattle Mariners, but have previously worked with the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Cincinnati Reds among many others.