Stoughton Youth Baseball

2021 Registration
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Super Bowl Squares

SYB Super Bowl Square 50/50 Fundraiser

The simple and easy way to get in the action.

Go to Website superbowlsquares.org/syb2021

Grid username - syb

Grid password - syb2021

Pick your squares online ($10 per square)

Venmo money to @syb-baseball

Payout

$125 1st quarter, $125 2nd quarter, $125 3rd quarter, $125 4th quarter

 
Upcoming Events

Winter Clinics- Starts first week of Feb

In partnership with Dirt Dawg Sports they are offering our baseball membership the following Pitching and skills clinics. In order to comply with state regulations, the number of participants for the clinics has been reduced from years past.

5-week Winter Skills Clinic for a reduced rate of $50.

  • Ages 5 - 7 (Friday Nights 4:00PM - 5:00PM) (Max 20)
  • Dates: Feb 5, Feb 12, Feb 19, Feb 26, Mar 5
  • Ages 8 - 12 (Tuesday Nights 4:00PM - 5:00PM) (Max 20)
  • Dates: Feb 2, Feb 9, Feb 16, Feb 23, Mar 2

4-week Winter Pitching Clinic for a reduced rate of $100.

  • Ages 8 - 9 (Friday Nights 4:00PM - 5:00PM) (Max 6)
  • Dates: Feb 5, Feb 12, Feb 19, Feb 26
  • Ages 10, 11 & 12 (Friday Nights 5:00PM - 6:00PM) (Max 6)
  • Dates: Feb 5, Feb 12, Feb 19, Feb 26

Both Age Groups - Click here to register for Winter Pitching Clinic

  • MUST BE REGISTERED with Stoughton Youth Baseball for 2021 to participate in the clinics
 
2021 Player Registration now open

2021 Player and Coach Registration open until Feb 28th

 
Congrats to this years Champions

2020 Babe Ruth League Champion - Lions Club

Players - Ethan Dembrowsky, Liam Dunn, Quinn Fogarty, Matthew Howe, Noel Ortiz, Emmett Pearl, Liam Pearl, Ryan Summers, Jack Tracey

Coaches - Ronnie Howe, Bill Tracey, Connor Tracey

2020 Major League Champion Braves

Players - Anthony Alessi, Gavin Alexson, Lucas Capozzoli, Dan Cosby IV, Dustin Edmonds, Christopher Heatley, Ryan O'Malley, Billy Powers, Joel Short, Kai Williams

Coaches - Bill Powers, Bill Alexson, Steve Alessi

2020 Minor League Champion Red Sox

Players - Ryan Barden, Alex Bunker, Alan Chebator, Alex Kearns, Brandon Kuznitz, Charles O'Connell, Brady O'Hara, Ethan Strock, James Theriault, John Lovett, Henry Dunderdale, Trevor Martorana, Andrew Files, Patrick O'Connor

Coaches - Mark Kearns, Cory Chebator, Sean O'Connell

 
SYB PHASE 2 COVID-19 Safety Guidelines

2020 Stoughton Youth Baseball - COVID-19 Safety Guidelines

Phase 3 Step 1

The safety guidelines below are to be enforced before, during and after all baseball practices/games. These guidelines are in addition to guidelines provided by the CDC, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, as well, as our local recreation department. These safety measures must be strictly adhered to by all players, coaches and spectators to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

LEAGUE GUIDELINES

General

  • Maximum of 50 participants at each baseball field.
    • Participants include players, coaches and spectators.
    • No more than 25 people on the playing area
  • Practices/Games will be tailored to limit the usage of shared baseballs and maintain social distancing as much as possible.
  • Individuals should not be congregating in common areas or parking lots following practices or events.
  • For batting cages, no more than one player and coach in each batting cage while practicing social distancing.
    • A max of two players can be waiting outside the cage while practicing social distancing.
  • No two teams will be scheduled on the same field without an hour in between the end of one practice/game and the start of the other.
  • Dugouts (benches) are to be extended to the outside behind the dugout (benches) to the home plate backstop with fencing on both sides to keep spectators separate.
    • This area will be marked for social distancing (e.g. cones, signs, or roped off (see Figure 2).
  • No seeds, chewing gum or any food that encourages spitting will be allowed.
  • Players, coaches and/or spectators that are not feeling well or exhibiting symptoms of possible exposure to COVID-19, such as fever must not attend practice until such time as the player, coach or spectator has been tested and/or cleared.
  • Encourage coaches/players who test positive for COVID-19 to notify the league and the local Board of Health (LBOH) for purposes of cleaning / disinfecting and contact tracing.
  • There will be no tournaments during Phase 3 Step 1.

Players/Coaches

  • Baseball batters must wear facial coverings while at bat.
  • Face coverings and social distancing of six feet is required when participants are not actively engaged in an activity, while on the bench, and pre/post practice/game
  • Coaches, and umpires are required to wear facial coverings and maintain social distancing of 6 feet from players, coaches, spectators, and other persons at all times.
  • Players should have their own helmet, bat, facemask and water bottle.
  • Each catcher should have their own catcher's equipment.
  • Players must refrain from sharing equipment.
  • Players should wear batting gloves as much as possible during practice, especially when handling a bat.
  • Covered dugouts can only be utilized by the pitcher and catcher during the game and must socially distance (minimum of 6 ft apart)
  • Coaches will have hand sanitizer and/or wipes available for all participants; however, we encourage each player to have their own hand sanitizer.
  • Sportsmanship should continue in a touchless manner - no handshakes/slaps/fist bumps.
  • Each team will be responsible for cleaning up their trash around dugout area after practice/games.

Spectators

  • Governor Baker recently signed a new order for outdoor gatherings which baseball falls under. The order states for gatherings of more than 10 people, all persons over the age of two must wear a face covering when they attend indoor and outdoor gatherings where participants other than those in the same household will be in attendance, unless they are prevented from wearing a face covering by a medical or disabling condition. This restriction applies to gatherings in all venues and locations, including private homes, backyards, parks, athletic fields, and parking lots.

  • Spectators must remain beyond 1st and 3rd base while practicing social distancing (see Figure 1).
    • Spectators must maintain distance of at least 6 feet between spectator groups.
  • The bleacher area cannot be utilized by spectators as the bleachers are considered to be part of the designated dugout area.

Facility

  • Restrooms facilities shall be cleaned and disinfected in accordance with state and local guidelines
  • Conduct frequent disinfecting of heavy transit areas and high-touch surfaces
  • Concessions Stand must follow the Safety Standards for Restaurants

For additional COVID-19 guidance, please visit:

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

Elm Street Layout

 
2020 Baseball Covid-19 Wavier Form

Special "COVID-19" release waivers must be completed by all players, coaches, volunteers, umpires by 7/20. Players are to turn in the forms into the team coach

Link to waiver form - Special Covid-19 Waiver Form.pdf

 
General information for parents new to the program

T-Ball Information

  • Each team will have 2 games and 1 clinic per week (Mon, Wed & Sat Schedule)
  • Season will begin on Saturday, August 1st
  • The league will provide each player a shirt and hat which they will keep after the season ends.
  • Each player should bring a glove and wear sweatpants or baseball pants to the games and clinic.
    • The league does not recommend players wearing shorts since they will be sliding and running the dirt baselines
  • Parents may need to purchase a bat or helmet for your child depending on state guidelines
    • Bats can be purchased at Dicks Sporting Goods, Monkey Sports or other local/online sporting good stores

4-Year-old Clinic information

  • The clinics are held on Giles field located inside the baseball complex at 100 Elm Street.
  • The season will start on August 1st with the first clinic being after the parade
    • Starting August 1st, the clinic's will be at 9:00am every Saturday
    • Clinics last one hour and can go an hour and a half depending on how the players are holding up
  • The league will provide each player a shirt and hat which they will keep after the season ends.
  • Each player should bring a glove to the clinics and wear sweatpants or baseball pants.
    • The league does not recommend players wearing shorts since they will be sliding and running the dirt baselines
  • Parents can purchase cleats if they choose, but sneakers are okay as well.
    • No sandals, open toe shoes, or crocks.
  • Parents should also apply sunscreen and bug spray if needed
  • Parents are encouraged to join your child during the clinic and participate.
 
Preparations for 2020 Season

06/01/2020

Preparations for the 2020 season are in full swing! Not only preparations to comply with any safety guidelines but preparing the fields and ordering equipment and uniforms. We will be placing orders for uniforms on June 15th.

If you are unable to participate this season and have not reached out, please email stoughtonyouthbaseball@gmail.com.

 
    Bill Powers - GoFundMe

    SYB Membership,

    It is with a heavy heart that I inform the membership that on January 5, 2021, Bill Powers passed away unexpectedly at the age of 50 due to a devastating stroke.

    Anyone that knows Bill or has been around him truly knows what and outstanding guy he was. If you ever went to the concession stand and purchased food, he was the man cooking and in charge of the stand. Bill was active in the local community and served on Board of Directors for both Stoughton Youth Baseball, and Stoughton Flag Football.

    An event like this can never be planned for. It is with the utmost humility and gratitude that we ask for your help by donating to the family. His wife and the kids have a long hard road ahead of them. We are raising money to help alleviate the financial burdens they will face in adjusting to the new reality. No amount of money can replace what they have lost, but we would like to provide some financial security to help them in the future.

    Click here for link to Bill Powers GoFundMe Page

    Thank you.

    Ken Arbit - SYB President

     
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