Michigan travel baseball's largest league serving teams from Adrian to Fenton and Fowlerville to Detroit
Right now, we are just thinking of this as another miserable, crappy April in Michigan, that we have all encountered and managed in the past, and it has set us back a month. Our intent is to continue monitoring and digesting all the information and recommendations provided by health and government leaders so that we can play ball this year. Once the guidelines of these collective bodies and the recommendations of the CDC and mandates of the governor of Michigan, as well as the national and local baseball associations allow us to play then we will be back on the diamonds. When the restrictions are removed and play is once again allowed, we will prioritize practice, preparation and safety. One of the things that has made us successful in the past is everybody's willingness and our capability to adapt to whatever challenges thrown our way. Whether it be spring, summer, fall or maybe even winter, we are planning to play baseball in 2020. Our commitment is to work with all of you to provide the safest and healthiest environment to you, your players, coaches and parents, no matter when that is or how much time and flexibility it takes. These are unprecedented times but together we will figure this out.
Below is a reminder list of items that all need to be submitted prior to playing. If you have already submitted these, you do not need to do so again. Many of you already have your packets complete but please DO NOT MAIL anything at this time. We will make times available when we are ready to begin to collect and process any paperwork. Until then try to handle anything electronically that you can between us and your team. All necessary and updated forms are on the website under the Sign-up menu.
Here is the list of documents that you will need prior to the season beginning:
If you are sending any documents to us or receiving anything electronically from your parents, please DO NOT E-MAIL ANY BIRTH CERTIFICATES!