Tri-County is monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation closely and will continue to keep a watchful eye on new developments as they arise.
At this time Tri-County have no plans on canceling our league or tournament
Due to the Corona virus. Spring Scheduling Meeting Monday March 23 Has Been Canceled
Tri-County is looking at April for the meeting Tri-County will Extend the League Season
The NABF Memorial Day Tournament for 8U through 18U will still be played the weekend of Memorial Day.
Baseball will go on! Fortunately, baseball is an open-air sport with virtually no contact and most games have less than 30 people in a large open field.It is important to remain positive while taking appropriate, rational precautions to ensure the safety of our community. We know that baseball fills many needs and is a great outlet for both kids and adults. That said, we must also be smart and take extra precautions:
Here is a quote from Dr. Juvvadi from Stanford Children’s Health (here is the direct link):As community spread of the virus continues, we can expect potential closures of daycares and schools. In the meantime, you may continue to send your child to school/daycare, but parents should check in with the staff about potential closures and plans in place for classes. For other young kids, it’s not a bad idea to keep them out of indoor play places right now, but please continue to spend time outdoors. The fresh air is good for kids, and for you as parents. Letting kids be active is the best thing we can do for them right now.Much like the flu, if a player/parent/coach/umpire is feeling unwell they should not attend the game. According to the CDC, older adults or people with existing medical conditions are at the greatest risk (just like the flu) so it is recommended that those people take extra steps to avoid putting themselves in harms way (ie. avoid large crowds in confined spaces, wash hands regularly, etc).
No-Contact/No-Handshake Policy Until Further Notice:We will be putting a new rule in place. No handshaking including the handshake line after the game. We encourage teams to verbally congratulate the other team on a game well played and by clapping near the dugouts with your team after the game has finished.
Outside of that, it's baseball as usual. Let the kids play ball and have some fun!
Thank You from Tri-County Baseball League
Charlie - John – Bill
Charlie – firstname.lastname@example.org – 845-222-6928
John – email@example.com – 914-227-5106
Bill – firstname.lastname@example.org – 201-674-4533
Season begins April 7
Season ends June 2, 2019
$500 per team
TRI-COUNTY has decided in Fall 2019
8U - 12U (All 46' x 60' fields) - Wood, USA Bat
10U ( 46 X 65) - Wood, USA Bat
11U & 12U (50X70) - Wood, USA Bat
13U, 14u,15U & 16U (60' x 90' fields) - Wood, Wood Composites, USA Bat, BBCOR Bats .5
2019 All 8U t0 12U Teams will be Use the USA Bat Performance Standards.
We strongly advise anyone looking to purchase a new bat to buy one with the new USA Bat stamp. The MLB and USA Baseball have put a lot of resources behind the new USA Bat Standard, as it is in the best interest for youth baseball. Tri-County will support these efforts and will also continue to work closely with all our League baseball programs.
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