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SLL FIELD 1
Address: 555 Hale Street Map
City: Suffield, CT Map
Directions:

On Field Guidance for Suffield Little League

Suffield little league players and coaches plan on adhering to the following guidelines
to maintain the health and safety of all SLL players, coaches/officials and their families.

Personal Contact
Players and coaches plan to limit personal contact including refraining from hand
shakes, high fives, fist/elbow bumps, chest bumps, and group celebrations. Little
league international suggests lining up and tipping caps to the opposing team as a sign
of good sportsmanship after a game.

Players and families will vacate the field as soon as reasonably possible to minimize
unnecessary contact with others.

Snacks and Beverages
Athletes coaches and umpires will bring their own personal drinks/snacks to all team
activities. There will be no use of shared beverages, snacks or food.
We will kindly request athletes, coaches, and spectators refrain from eating sunflower
seeds or chewing gum while on the fields. All players coaches and spectators are to
refrain from spitting at all times including in dug outs and on playing fields.

Personal Protective Equipment
Managers/Coaches and Umpires will wear PPE whenever applicable such as face
coverings and protective medical gloves as necessary

Face masks may be worn at the discretion of each individual however adherence to
social distancing in an outdoor space at present does not require the use of face
coverings.

Players will be assigned seats adhering to social distancing while on the bench or while
waiting their turn to bat.

Player Equipment
No personal player equipment will be allowed in the dugout. Player equipment should
be spaced accordingly outside the dug out to prevent direct contact. There will be
markings and signs directing appropriate social distancing spacing.

Players should have their own individual batter’s helmet, glove, bat, and catcher’s
equipment. Players equipment should be cleaned and disinfected after each use by a
parent/guardian where applicable.

Baseballs and Softballs
Baseballs and softballs should be rotated through on a regular basis at least every two
innings to limit individual contact.

Balls used in infield and outfield warm-up should be isolated from a shared ball
container.

Foul balls landing outside the field of play should be retrieved by participating players,
coaches, and umpires. No spectators should retrieve the ball.

Risk Assessment
Please stay home when appropriate. Individuals including coaches, officials, players
and families should stay home if they have tested positive for COVID-19 or are showing
symptoms (fever above 100.4, cough, shortness of breath, chills, muscle pain, sore
throat, new loss of taste or smell). Individuals should stay home if they have recently
had close contact with a person with COVID-19.

Please refer to CDC criteria and guidelines for a safe return to play. Please check in
with Suffield Little League Safety Officer Jennifer Flynn (JJstrat16@yahoo.com) for
clearance prior to your return.

All players will have access to hand sanitizer with a minimum of 60% alcohol to sanitize
hands prior to getting on and off the field. All fields will have access to first aid kits,
hand sanitizer and PPE as necessary.

Players, coaches, umpires and anyone stepping onto the playing fields will have a
mandatory temperature check via non contact infrared thermometer after exiting their
vehicles prior to entering the fields. This will be a requirement for practices and games
until further notice. Should your child have a temperature reading above 100.4 we are
kindly requesting you bring your child home and contact your pediatrician for further
recommendations. We kindly recommend keeping your child home until they are fever
free without the use of fever reducers (Acetaminophen or Ibuprofen) for a minimum of
24 hours and receive clearance from the safety officer.

 

In closing we are prioritizing the health and safely of all our Suffield Little League
members. If you have any safety concerns please feel free to reach out at anytime.
We are looking forward to having a great season.

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/youthsports.
html

https://www.littleleague.org/player-safety/coronavirus-update/season-resumptionguide/
best-practices/organizing-playing-watching-games/on-field-guidance/

SLL FIELD 2
Address: 555 Hale Street Map
City: Suffield, CT Map
Directions:

On Field Guidance for Suffield Little League

Suffield little league players and coaches plan on adhering to the following guidelines
to maintain the health and safety of all SLL players, coaches/officials and their families.

Personal Contact
Players and coaches plan to limit personal contact including refraining from hand
shakes, high fives, fist/elbow bumps, chest bumps, and group celebrations. Little
league international suggests lining up and tipping caps to the opposing team as a sign
of good sportsmanship after a game.

Players and families will vacate the field as soon as reasonably possible to minimize
unnecessary contact with others.

Snacks and Beverages
Athletes coaches and umpires will bring their own personal drinks/snacks to all team
activities. There will be no use of shared beverages, snacks or food.
We will kindly request athletes, coaches, and spectators refrain from eating sunflower
seeds or chewing gum while on the fields. All players coaches and spectators are to
refrain from spitting at all times including in dug outs and on playing fields.

Personal Protective Equipment
Managers/Coaches and Umpires will wear PPE whenever applicable such as face
coverings and protective medical gloves as necessary

Face masks may be worn at the discretion of each individual however adherence to
social distancing in an outdoor space at present does not require the use of face
coverings.

Players will be assigned seats adhering to social distancing while on the bench or while
waiting their turn to bat.

Player Equipment
No personal player equipment will be allowed in the dugout. Player equipment should
be spaced accordingly outside the dug out to prevent direct contact. There will be
markings and signs directing appropriate social distancing spacing.

Players should have their own individual batter’s helmet, glove, bat, and catcher’s
equipment. Players equipment should be cleaned and disinfected after each use by a
parent/guardian where applicable.

Baseballs and Softballs
Baseballs and softballs should be rotated through on a regular basis at least every two
innings to limit individual contact.

Balls used in infield and outfield warm-up should be isolated from a shared ball
container.

Foul balls landing outside the field of play should be retrieved by participating players,
coaches, and umpires. No spectators should retrieve the ball.

Risk Assessment
Please stay home when appropriate. Individuals including coaches, officials, players
and families should stay home if they have tested positive for COVID-19 or are showing
symptoms (fever above 100.4, cough, shortness of breath, chills, muscle pain, sore
throat, new loss of taste or smell). Individuals should stay home if they have recently
had close contact with a person with COVID-19.

Please refer to CDC criteria and guidelines for a safe return to play. Please check in
with Suffield Little League Safety Officer Jennifer Flynn (JJstrat16@yahoo.com) for
clearance prior to your return.

All players will have access to hand sanitizer with a minimum of 60% alcohol to sanitize
hands prior to getting on and off the field. All fields will have access to first aid kits,
hand sanitizer and PPE as necessary.

Players, coaches, umpires and anyone stepping onto the playing fields will have a
mandatory temperature check via non contact infrared thermometer after exiting their
vehicles prior to entering the fields. This will be a requirement for practices and games
until further notice. Should your child have a temperature reading above 100.4 we are
kindly requesting you bring your child home and contact your pediatrician for further
recommendations. We kindly recommend keeping your child home until they are fever
free without the use of fever reducers (Acetaminophen or Ibuprofen) for a minimum of
24 hours and receive clearance from the safety officer.

 

In closing we are prioritizing the health and safely of all our Suffield Little League
members. If you have any safety concerns please feel free to reach out at anytime.
We are looking forward to having a great season.

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/youthsports.
html

https://www.littleleague.org/player-safety/coronavirus-update/season-resumptionguide/
best-practices/organizing-playing-watching-games/on-field-guidance/

SLL FIELD 3
Address: 555 Hale Street Map
City: Suffield, CT Map
Directions:

On Field Guidance for Suffield Little League

Suffield little league players and coaches plan on adhering to the following guidelines
to maintain the health and safety of all SLL players, coaches/officials and their families.

Personal Contact
Players and coaches plan to limit personal contact including refraining from hand
shakes, high fives, fist/elbow bumps, chest bumps, and group celebrations. Little
league international suggests lining up and tipping caps to the opposing team as a sign
of good sportsmanship after a game.

Players and families will vacate the field as soon as reasonably possible to minimize
unnecessary contact with others.

Snacks and Beverages
Athletes coaches and umpires will bring their own personal drinks/snacks to all team
activities. There will be no use of shared beverages, snacks or food.
We will kindly request athletes, coaches, and spectators refrain from eating sunflower
seeds or chewing gum while on the fields. All players coaches and spectators are to
refrain from spitting at all times including in dug outs and on playing fields.

Personal Protective Equipment
Managers/Coaches and Umpires will wear PPE whenever applicable such as face
coverings and protective medical gloves as necessary

Face masks may be worn at the discretion of each individual however adherence to
social distancing in an outdoor space at present does not require the use of face
coverings.

Players will be assigned seats adhering to social distancing while on the bench or while
waiting their turn to bat.

Player Equipment
No personal player equipment will be allowed in the dugout. Player equipment should
be spaced accordingly outside the dug out to prevent direct contact. There will be
markings and signs directing appropriate social distancing spacing.

Players should have their own individual batter’s helmet, glove, bat, and catcher’s
equipment. Players equipment should be cleaned and disinfected after each use by a
parent/guardian where applicable.

Baseballs and Softballs
Baseballs and softballs should be rotated through on a regular basis at least every two
innings to limit individual contact.

Balls used in infield and outfield warm-up should be isolated from a shared ball
container.

Foul balls landing outside the field of play should be retrieved by participating players,
coaches, and umpires. No spectators should retrieve the ball.

Risk Assessment
Please stay home when appropriate. Individuals including coaches, officials, players
and families should stay home if they have tested positive for COVID-19 or are showing
symptoms (fever above 100.4, cough, shortness of breath, chills, muscle pain, sore
throat, new loss of taste or smell). Individuals should stay home if they have recently
had close contact with a person with COVID-19.

Please refer to CDC criteria and guidelines for a safe return to play. Please check in
with Suffield Little League Safety Officer Jennifer Flynn (JJstrat16@yahoo.com) for
clearance prior to your return.

All players will have access to hand sanitizer with a minimum of 60% alcohol to sanitize
hands prior to getting on and off the field. All fields will have access to first aid kits,
hand sanitizer and PPE as necessary.

Players, coaches, umpires and anyone stepping onto the playing fields will have a
mandatory temperature check via non contact infrared thermometer after exiting their
vehicles prior to entering the fields. This will be a requirement for practices and games
until further notice. Should your child have a temperature reading above 100.4 we are
kindly requesting you bring your child home and contact your pediatrician for further
recommendations. We kindly recommend keeping your child home until they are fever
free without the use of fever reducers (Acetaminophen or Ibuprofen) for a minimum of
24 hours and receive clearance from the safety officer.

 

In closing we are prioritizing the health and safely of all our Suffield Little League
members. If you have any safety concerns please feel free to reach out at anytime.
We are looking forward to having a great season.

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/youthsports.
html

https://www.littleleague.org/player-safety/coronavirus-update/season-resumptionguide/
best-practices/organizing-playing-watching-games/on-field-guidance/

SLL FIELD 4
Address: 555 Hale Street Map
City: Suffield, CT Map
Directions:

On Field Guidance for Suffield Little League

Suffield little league players and coaches plan on adhering to the following guidelines
to maintain the health and safety of all SLL players, coaches/officials and their families.

Personal Contact
Players and coaches plan to limit personal contact including refraining from hand
shakes, high fives, fist/elbow bumps, chest bumps, and group celebrations. Little
league international suggests lining up and tipping caps to the opposing team as a sign
of good sportsmanship after a game.

Players and families will vacate the field as soon as reasonably possible to minimize
unnecessary contact with others.

Snacks and Beverages
Athletes coaches and umpires will bring their own personal drinks/snacks to all team
activities. There will be no use of shared beverages, snacks or food.
We will kindly request athletes, coaches, and spectators refrain from eating sunflower
seeds or chewing gum while on the fields. All players coaches and spectators are to
refrain from spitting at all times including in dug outs and on playing fields.

Personal Protective Equipment
Managers/Coaches and Umpires will wear PPE whenever applicable such as face
coverings and protective medical gloves as necessary

Face masks may be worn at the discretion of each individual however adherence to
social distancing in an outdoor space at present does not require the use of face
coverings.

Players will be assigned seats adhering to social distancing while on the bench or while
waiting their turn to bat.

Player Equipment
No personal player equipment will be allowed in the dugout. Player equipment should
be spaced accordingly outside the dug out to prevent direct contact. There will be
markings and signs directing appropriate social distancing spacing.

Players should have their own individual batter’s helmet, glove, bat, and catcher’s
equipment. Players equipment should be cleaned and disinfected after each use by a
parent/guardian where applicable.

Baseballs and Softballs
Baseballs and softballs should be rotated through on a regular basis at least every two
innings to limit individual contact.

Balls used in infield and outfield warm-up should be isolated from a shared ball
container.

Foul balls landing outside the field of play should be retrieved by participating players,
coaches, and umpires. No spectators should retrieve the ball.

Risk Assessment
Please stay home when appropriate. Individuals including coaches, officials, players
and families should stay home if they have tested positive for COVID-19 or are showing
symptoms (fever above 100.4, cough, shortness of breath, chills, muscle pain, sore
throat, new loss of taste or smell). Individuals should stay home if they have recently
had close contact with a person with COVID-19.

Please refer to CDC criteria and guidelines for a safe return to play. Please check in
with Suffield Little League Safety Officer Jennifer Flynn (JJstrat16@yahoo.com) for
clearance prior to your return.

All players will have access to hand sanitizer with a minimum of 60% alcohol to sanitize
hands prior to getting on and off the field. All fields will have access to first aid kits,
hand sanitizer and PPE as necessary.

Players, coaches, umpires and anyone stepping onto the playing fields will have a
mandatory temperature check via non contact infrared thermometer after exiting their
vehicles prior to entering the fields. This will be a requirement for practices and games
until further notice. Should your child have a temperature reading above 100.4 we are
kindly requesting you bring your child home and contact your pediatrician for further
recommendations. We kindly recommend keeping your child home until they are fever
free without the use of fever reducers (Acetaminophen or Ibuprofen) for a minimum of
24 hours and receive clearance from the safety officer.

 

In closing we are prioritizing the health and safely of all our Suffield Little League
members. If you have any safety concerns please feel free to reach out at anytime.
We are looking forward to having a great season.

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/youthsports.
html

https://www.littleleague.org/player-safety/coronavirus-update/season-resumptionguide/
best-practices/organizing-playing-watching-games/on-field-guidance/

SLL FIELD 5
Address: 555 Hale Street Map
City: Suffield, CT Map
Directions:

On Field Guidance for Suffield Little League

Suffield little league players and coaches plan on adhering to the following guidelines
to maintain the health and safety of all SLL players, coaches/officials and their families.

Personal Contact
Players and coaches plan to limit personal contact including refraining from hand
shakes, high fives, fist/elbow bumps, chest bumps, and group celebrations. Little
league international suggests lining up and tipping caps to the opposing team as a sign
of good sportsmanship after a game.

Players and families will vacate the field as soon as reasonably possible to minimize
unnecessary contact with others.

Snacks and Beverages
Athletes coaches and umpires will bring their own personal drinks/snacks to all team
activities. There will be no use of shared beverages, snacks or food.
We will kindly request athletes, coaches, and spectators refrain from eating sunflower
seeds or chewing gum while on the fields. All players coaches and spectators are to
refrain from spitting at all times including in dug outs and on playing fields.

Personal Protective Equipment
Managers/Coaches and Umpires will wear PPE whenever applicable such as face
coverings and protective medical gloves as necessary

Face masks may be worn at the discretion of each individual however adherence to
social distancing in an outdoor space at present does not require the use of face
coverings.

Players will be assigned seats adhering to social distancing while on the bench or while
waiting their turn to bat.

Player Equipment
No personal player equipment will be allowed in the dugout. Player equipment should
be spaced accordingly outside the dug out to prevent direct contact. There will be
markings and signs directing appropriate social distancing spacing.

Players should have their own individual batter’s helmet, glove, bat, and catcher’s
equipment. Players equipment should be cleaned and disinfected after each use by a
parent/guardian where applicable.

Baseballs and Softballs
Baseballs and softballs should be rotated through on a regular basis at least every two
innings to limit individual contact.

Balls used in infield and outfield warm-up should be isolated from a shared ball
container.

Foul balls landing outside the field of play should be retrieved by participating players,
coaches, and umpires. No spectators should retrieve the ball.

Risk Assessment
Please stay home when appropriate. Individuals including coaches, officials, players
and families should stay home if they have tested positive for COVID-19 or are showing
symptoms (fever above 100.4, cough, shortness of breath, chills, muscle pain, sore
throat, new loss of taste or smell). Individuals should stay home if they have recently
had close contact with a person with COVID-19.

Please refer to CDC criteria and guidelines for a safe return to play. Please check in
with Suffield Little League Safety Officer Jennifer Flynn (JJstrat16@yahoo.com) for
clearance prior to your return.

All players will have access to hand sanitizer with a minimum of 60% alcohol to sanitize
hands prior to getting on and off the field. All fields will have access to first aid kits,
hand sanitizer and PPE as necessary.

Players, coaches, umpires and anyone stepping onto the playing fields will have a
mandatory temperature check via non contact infrared thermometer after exiting their
vehicles prior to entering the fields. This will be a requirement for practices and games
until further notice. Should your child have a temperature reading above 100.4 we are
kindly requesting you bring your child home and contact your pediatrician for further
recommendations. We kindly recommend keeping your child home until they are fever
free without the use of fever reducers (Acetaminophen or Ibuprofen) for a minimum of
24 hours and receive clearance from the safety officer.

 

In closing we are prioritizing the health and safely of all our Suffield Little League
members. If you have any safety concerns please feel free to reach out at anytime.
We are looking forward to having a great season.

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/youthsports.
html

https://www.littleleague.org/player-safety/coronavirus-update/season-resumptionguide/
best-practices/organizing-playing-watching-games/on-field-guidance/