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FIELDS ARE OPEN 4/20/2021

 

Covid Procedures

Subject: COVID-19 Return-to-Play Guidelines and Procedures

To ensure the safety of our Players and Fans; The City of Martin and Martin All Sports will recommend that the Leagues follow these Guidelines.

1) encourage all event attendees to practice social distancing

2) explain that any person who is experiencing symptoms of sickness will be prohibited from attending the event/venue of play

3) make clear that all posted and published local- and state-regulated guidelines shall be followed.

Minimize player contact by eliminating team/player handshakes and team/player high fives. No group prayers between teams on the field. Create plan to keep social distancing between teams in effect beyond the field of play. Suggest other means of game celebrations and team sportsmanship at the end of games (e.g., ask players to tip their caps/visors

Directors, players, umpires, and spectators must adhere to the guidelines from CDC, state and local authorities regarding potential state travel restrictions and stay-at home orders, including return to state of residence.

The managers meeting at home plate should be limited to one coach from each team plus the umpires. No players at plate meeting.  Masks need to be worn while conversation take places while in close proximity. 

Allow teams to spread players out; expand the dugout area when room permits and only if player safety will not be compromised. Expansion of the team dugouts should not be done into foul ball areas. Attempt to limit bench personnel to essential team personnel. Masks need to be worn if in an area of 3 ft or less.  Dugouts players, coaches and team moms need to wear a mask. 

Encourage parents to supply their players with antibacterial wipes and hand sanitizer for disinfecting shared playing equipment and cleaning hands between innings.

Allow players to wear PPE items on the field if they choose, as long as the items do not compromise the safety of any and all participants in the game.

Require teams to clean their dugout of all trash and other items after each game, and to wipe down (clean) hard surfaces such as benches, bat racks, etc.

Commissioner should consider adjusting the playing formats and increasing the amount of time between games, to minimize overlap and traffic flow where needed.

Ban the use of sunflower seeds

Latest news

Latest News: Opening Day Martin Rec League Baseball and Softball TODAY!!!!

Game schedules are on division tabs: i.e. 6U, 8U, 10U, 12U and 14U; T-ball, Rookie, Minors, Majors and Babe Ruth.   Thank you.

 

Covid 19 for Coaches and Admin-Click here!

This class is free through NFHS. Some of this information we already know through the news but every bit of information helps our kids stay safe.

Martin Youth Soccer

Martin Soccer is a very popular sport. Last year we started Blackout Soccer

where the lights are turned off and players kick a glow soccer ball. We

continue to try new things that are enjoyable to the kids.

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Martin Youth Basketball League

Martin Youth League Basketball is an opportunity for kids to be competitive in

game of basketball, display Leadership Traits and Good Sportsmenship on the

Court. Games played at Middle School and High School Gyms

The Registration "Home" is not currently available.

Martin Youth FASA Softball

The young ladies of Martin softball are very competitive and display great

joy in the softball league. Starting off with 6U T-ball up to ages 14 Fast Pitch

This year we'll be having a tournament to decide 1st and 2nd place

Martin Youth Baseball League

Martin has a tradition in America's favorite past time sport. From learning how

to come to the plate in T-ball, up to pitching fundamentals and hitting that

Homerun. This year we'll be conducting tournaments to decide 1st and 2nd Place

Martin Youth Sports

Martin Youth Sports provides youth sports leagues for boys and girls ages 4 and up in today’s most popular sports such as Baseball, Softball, Soccer, Basketball and Chicago Ball. Our age appropriate curriculum allows your child to learn the sport, develop skills, and most of all have fun! In all of our programs we want to teach sportsmanship so that kids learn not just the game, but skills that will help them succeed in life. After all, that’s The Way Youth Sports Should Be!

Maps- Martin Recreational Complex

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Martin Sports

Martin Parks and Recreation

Phone: 731-587-6784