2020 Player, Coach and Spectator Safety Guidelines

UpdatedMonday June 1, 2020 by Greg Ewing.

  • Any player, coach or spectator with a fever or other symptoms of COVID-19 is not allowed at the ballpark.
  • Parents/Spectators are asked to maintain a proper social distance of 6ft while visiting our facility. This includes any lines that may form for restrooms, concessions, and batting cages.
  • Senior Citizens and those with significant health risks are asked to follow the CDC guidelines and not attend events or take appropriate precautions if attending.
  • No catchers in the coach pitch divisions. This includes Rookie and 8U softball.
  • Each player must provide their own bat and helmet.
  • Sharing of equipment will be discouraged.  Shared catchers gear for higher level players must be cleaned with supplied disinfectant prior to and after individual use.
  • Concession workers are required to wear non-surgical masks and follow local and state guidelines.
  • Dugouts will be limited to a maximum of 2 players at a time to encourage social distancing.  Bleacher and outside fence areas behind home plate will be restricted to players only with designated signage/roped areas.  Parents may want to bring a lawn chair for their player.
  • No gum, sunflower seeds or similar items will be allowed by any players or coaches.
  • Spectators should depart upon completion of the game or practice to discourage congregating at the ballpark.
  • Base coaches are asked to maintain social distancing guidelines.
  • Facilities will increase cleaning and sanitizing measures in high traffic areas.
  • Between innings all players and coaches should use provided hand sanitizer.
  • Games may operate on a drop-dead time schedule to avoid overlap.
  • Spectators should bring their own chairs with seating along 1st and 3rd baselines and outfield fencing.
  • Spectators and players may wear non-surgical masks or other PPE equipment as they see fit.
  • No post game handshakes or high fives.
  • All restrictions are subject to change based on new information or guidance from local, state, or federal officials.

2020 COVID-19 Guidelines.pdf