|Ryan O'Connell||Proper Engineering||2|
|Bob Frick||Employee Family Protection||2|
|Kieran Barnes||Employee Family Protection||2|
|Sean Matrose||Novus Clothing||1|
|David McMullen||Blanchard Post||1|
|Cameron Oakley||Employee Family Protection||1|
|Max Cleary||Employee Family Protection||1|
|Eamon McClain||Novus Clothing||1|
We got some positive news yesterday when the Governor said that Youth Sports, including baseball can start games on July 6th. We had hoped it would be a bit earlier with a targeted date of July 4th but all in all this is very good news. The limited guidance we've received at this point is two spectators per player and we do expect much more robust guidance soon. We have our SMARTPlay Plan ready to go and will adapt to the final guidance we receive.
It's now official, we WILL BE PLAYING BASEBALL. I can't thank enough our Safety Officer Lou Faiola, along with our Vice President Mike O'Connell for the work they've done on our plan and getting us to this point. There is much more to be done but there is a light at the end of the tunnel. Stay tuned for more updates as we get them and you can follow our Facebook and Instagram pages as well for updates.
Thank you and we appreciate the community support we are receiving.
Age Chart for the 2020 Spring Season