Boys Warmups: Info for Parents, News (Corunna Minor Baseball)

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Aug 30, 2020 | abrander | 722 views
Boys Warmups: Info for Parents
Boys warmups begin this week.  U9, U11, and U13 sessions take place at Cameron Street diamond, while U15/U18 take place at Duggan on Hill Street.

Before you arrive at the diamond, please make sure you have completed your ONDeck app or website forms, as well as the printed forms you will need to submit when you arrive at your warmup session.  These tasks are non-negotiable and must be completed before your player sets foot on the diamond.  The other step you must complete is to log your attendance using the ONDeck App or website. You can do this from home before you come or do it at the park using your smartphone, but ALL PLAYERS AND SPECTATORS MUST LOG THEIR ATTENDANCE AT EVERY SESSION.  Again, this is a condition of the Return to Play policies put in place by Ontario Baseball and we must comply as an association.

When you arrive at the diamond for your first session, submit the print forms to the designated parent volunteer. Ask your player to find a spot for his gear anywhere along either foul line, as players should avoid congregating in dugouts.  Sanitizer will be present.  Players are reminded not to share equipment, water bottles, etc.  Finally, because Ontario Baseball has set a limit of 50 people at ballparks, you are asked to send only one family member with each player to the warmup sessions.

We are looking forward to a safe and fun return to baseball activity. Go Giants!
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