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The Sam and Eddie’s Open Books Braves beat the Peach’s Dodgers 17-11 in the Minor League post season tournament Saturday, July 28. At left, Henry Babb encouraged his teammates, “One more out!” Malini MIller batted for the Dodgers while Naima “D.J.” Jones was ready on the pitcher’s mound for the Braves. (photos by Robert Hasek)

YS Youth Baseball is surveying whether parents and potential players are interested in resuming summer baseball this year. Pictured are Henry Babb, Malini Miller and Naima "D.J." Jones in 2018. (photos by Robert Hasek)

Survey measures interest in summer YS Youth Baseball

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The State of Ohio’s Responsible Restart guidelines have approved light contact sports for youth beginning May 26. YS Youth Baseball, which had previously suspended activities due to the COVID-19 pandemic, has released a survey to determine interest in resuming the summer season in compliance with state guidelines.

If the season commences, players will be required to wear face coverings and maintain physical distance. They will also, according to state guidelines, be unable to share equipment, and thus will need their own bats, helmets and water bottles.

According to the YS Youth Baseball website: “While we are exploring options for the league to provide these items, our hope is that many of you already have these items or will be able to acquire them on your own. Please indicate in the survey whether this will be possible for your family.”

Click here to access the online survey.

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One Response to “Survey measures interest in summer YS Youth Baseball”

  1. Kayla Smith says:

    We would love to sign our 5 yr old up!