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2021 Fall Ball (Little League Ages 6-12) Now Open!
07/21/2021
Fall Ball 2021 All Players Little League Ages 6-12 (See Attached...
COVID Guidelines
09/02/2020
BRANFORD LITTLE LEAGUE 2020 SEASON GUIDELINES BLL would like...
BLL Now on Instagram
04/07/2020
Hi BLL Community, BLL created a new Instagram account to further...
No Dogs Allowed at Sliney Fields
05/12/2018
Please be aware of the No Dog Policy at Sliney Field. There are no...
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04/15/2014
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2021 Fall Ball (Little League Ages 6-12) Now Open!

Fall Ball 2021

All Players Little League Ages 6-12 (See Attached Age Chart to Determine Age)

When: Games 9/11 thru 10/31

Where: Branford Little League / Some travel may/will be required

Why: Baseball is Awesome 

Fall Ball is an opportunity for players to continue developing their skills on the field where they will play with new teammates. Although competitive, Fall Ball tends to be a more relaxed setting where the focus is on developing players to prepare them for their upcoming Spring Season. 

BLL is hoping to develop teams in the A-Ball (new), AA (new), AAA and Majors Division. 

 

Click Here to register. 

 


by posted 07/21/2021
COVID Guidelines

BRANFORD LITTLE LEAGUE

2020 SEASON GUIDELINES

BLL would like to remind everyone of the COVID protocols in place for Seabreeze and Fall Ball. We had a successful Summer program with zero issues. Let's all do our part to have a successful Seabreeze and Fall season as well.

 

UNIVERSAL ITEMS:

  • All coaches, umpires and other volunteers who interact with the players on the field during practices and games shall wear face coverings when not able to easily maintain a 6 foot distance from other coaches, players and umpires.  Gloves shall be worn if handling shared player equipment, players equipment or cleaning apparatus/materials.
  • All players shall possess their own Bat
  • All players shall possess their own Glove. Exception being shared team catcher’s gloves that shall be disinfected between players for Majors, AAA and AA divisions.
  • All shared catchers gear equipment shall be disinfected in between each individual players use.
  • All players shall possess their own Helmet (NO TEAM HELMETS WILL BE PROVIDED)
  • Players will not huddle at any time during practices or games.
  • No Spitting, No sunflower seed eating and No Gum Chewing.
  • All players must supply their own water for practices and games, no “team” water coolers will be allowed.
  • No hand shakes, high fives or physical body contact allowed.
  • It is recommended that parents send players with some form of hand sanitizer to be utilized during practices and games.
  • Players are not required to utilize a face covering during play, but can be utilized at parent/player preference.  Players shall wear a face covering when not on the field of play or engaged in practice.
  • All coaches, volunteers and umpires shall complete a daily health self-screening to check for symptoms.  If any symptoms are present the individual shall refrain from being present for league activities and follow local health guidelines.
  • All balls (game balls and practice balls) shall be disinfected before and after each practice or game.
  • Each team shall have a new volunteer role assigned to a parent to monitor compliance with these guidelines during practices and games.

 

PRACTICES:

  • Coaches should be able to easily organize drills to include social distancing. This can be achieved by splitting the players up into small groups (2-4) placed at locations spread out around the diamond. Avoid queuing/stacking of players, but if this is necessary training aids such as cones spread 6’ or more apart shall be utilized to remind players about “social distancing”
  • Practice spectators shall wear a face covering and maintain social distancing unless doing so would be contrary to his or her health.
  • Practices shall be schedule with at least a 15 minute buffer to prevent overlap of players and allow for time to clean and disinfect commonly used surfaces and equipment.

BATTING PRACTICE:

  • Queuing/stacking of players shall be avoided at all times. Provide time slots to players within the allotted batting cage time so there is no more than 4 players there at any one time.
  • Batting Practice spectators shall wear a face covering and maintain social distancing unless doing so would be contrary to his or her health.

 

GAMES:

  • Games will be scheduled with at least a 30 minute buffer to prevent overlap of participants and allow time to clean and disinfect commonly used surfaces and equipment (i.e. Benches, dugouts, catchers gloves and etc..)
  • Dugouts are to be allowed for coaches and for batters who are “in the hole” or “on-deck” only (maximum of 4 players/coaches).  Players who are otherwise waiting will sit outside the field in a player supplied chair.  It is important for coaches to ensure that the players chairs are placed at 6’ distances when not on the field of play. Dugouts are to be disinfected before and after each use.
  • Umpires shall be positioned appropriately distanced behind the mound, 1 Umpire per game only.
  • As listed above and reinforced here. Balls shall be disinfected before and after each game or practice. Shared equipment (i.e. catchers gear) shall be disinfected before and after each players use as well as in between each game and practice.
  • Bats handled by coaches after an at bat shall be disinfected prior to being put back in the bat caddy in between innings.
  • No sharing of bats, non-catchers gloves, and helmets is allowed.
  • No Post game hand shakes, both teams shall line up along their base line appropriately distances and tip the cap as a sign of respect for the other team’s performance.
  • No catchers will be utilized for the Coach Pitch. A coach will be positioned against the backstop to retrieve any baseballs or move bats to a safe area after an at bat.
  • Game Spectators are required to bring and wear face coverings that completely cover the nose and mouth unless doing so would be contrary to his or her safety due to health condition. Spectators shall maintain 6’ social distancing at all times.

 

 

Facility Guidelines:

Games, practices and batting practices will be scheduled with a 30 minute buffer between the end and start of each event for each field.

  • All commonly used surfaces such as, but not limited to; dugout areas, benches, bleachers, door handles to concession areas, field houses and concession area counter tops will be disinfected/sanitized before and after events by coaches/volunteers.
  • Bathrooms will be sanitized/disinfected daily.
  • The use of bleachers is not permitted.
  • Concession stand, If used, will be limited to the sale of prepackaged food and drink only. 
  • Families will be allowed to attend games by staying 6 feet apart in the outfield area. 

 


by posted 09/02/2020
BLL Now on Instagram

Hi BLL Community,

BLL created a new Instagram account to further communicate with our families in town. We want to invite you for #greathometraining videos and #baseball info to follow us on Instagram @branfordll.

Thank You,

BLL

 

 


by posted 04/07/2020
No Dogs Allowed at Sliney Fields

Please be aware of the No Dog Policy at Sliney Field. There are no dogs allowed inside the Sliney complex or at Sampson Field.  This is a Town of Branford rule. We must respect the Town while at Sliney Fields.

 

Thank You

BLL


by posted 05/12/2018
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