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Welcome to Alameda Little League! California District 4

Welcome to Alameda Little League! California District 4

Practice Guidelines

All Managers, Coaches, and Parents,

The guidelines posted here were in affect summer and fall of 2020. These guidelines will be updated prior to play resuming in 2021. This will give you an idea of the measures the league is taking.

Please review the latest safety protocols for practices.  Managers of each team will ensure that they, along with their coaches and parents of players on their team, sign the required waivers and acknowledgements.   Further communications will be provided prior to the commencement of the first practices.  Game day protocols will be provided in the future.

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Tony Olaes
Safety Director

Scrimmage and Practice Protocols

Scrimmage and Game Protocols - COVID-19

March 7th, 2021

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Please note that effective immediately and until further notice, the following requirements for players and spectators must be adhered to, for all scrimmages and games.

Players and Coaches (includes manager)

· A maximum of four (4) players shall occupy the dugout at any one time.  

· Remaining players on the team who are not on the field must remain on the spectator bleachers.

· All players' equipment, i.e., bags, bats, gear, etc., are not to be placed in the dugout.  Instead, players' equipment shall be placed against and along the fences, so their equipment is accessible throughout the game or scrimmage but is out in the open and spaced 6 feet apart from each other.

· All adult Managers and coaches shall always wear masks and keep a distance the required 6 feet.

· The Umpire calling balls and strikes shall be behind the pitcher only. Umpires will also wear masks.

Parents/ Spectators

· Spectator bleachers in the infield must not be used by parents and spectators.  These are reserved for the players during games and scrimmages.

· All parents and spectators must watch games and scrimmages from the outfield areas, i.e., beyond the foul lines in left field and right field, or beyond the outfield fences.  

· A Scorekeeper from each team will be allowed in the score booths of the Major and Minor Fields.

· Masks are to be worn and social distancing observed.

These protocols will be reviewed and updated as the Alameda County risk and status level evolves.

Resumption of Play

Overall, it is the Board of Director's opinion that we want the kids to play the game for not only their physical health, but also for their emotional well being. It is our hope that maybe we can help our community in this regard.

On Thursday, May 7, President Ron Matthews addressed the League LIVE VIA ZOOM to discuss our plans for the resumption of Little League baseball in Alameda. As previously announced, we intend to resume when and if schools resume, likely in August. We have received many questions as to procedures, reimbursements for electing to not play, and re-formation of teams.




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