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Moorpark Little League Spring 2021 - COVID-19 Prevention Plan
Moorpark Little League Spring 2021 Season plan.
1. Single Team Cohorts can practice on a field at a given time.
2. There are no mixing of teams, scrimmages or games allowed at this point. Based on State guidelines for youth sports from the Department of Health, the planned ability to compete in baseball is when the county hits the Red tier. At that time, an updated COVID prevention plan will be communicated.
3. Team Cohorts have specific reserved practice days and times. Only team cohorts can use the fields at their reserved time, even if there is an open cage or field.
4. Field, cage and bullpen use is ONLY limited to teams and players registered through Moorpark Little Leagues 2021 season.
5. Cohort teams are defined as registered players, coaches and guardians/family who take the player to practice. This is to limit total numbers of people on the fields at a specific time when in use. All playing areas are located in an outdoor environment. Social Distancing will be strictly enforced.
Dugout use will not be allowed. Players’ items (equipment) will have a designated area to be placed and lined up against a fence at least six feet apart.
Players will have a designated spot in the bleachers enforcing social distancing, in place of dugout
On Deck Batter will have designated area between bleachers and playing field to ensure distancing and pace of play.
Players must use their own gloves, helmets, and bats.
Coaches are responsible for ensuring social distancing is maintained between players. Additional bench coach may be added to each team to ensure off-field compliance for their team.
Players must bring their own water/beverage to consumer during and after practice. No shared drinking fountains or coolers. No Sunflower Seeds or Gum.
Catchers Gear - MUST be disinfected immediately after removal. Practices:
Practices will include drills and situational play.
No use of dugouts will be permitted. Home and Visitor bleachers will be used as dug out. Markers (tape) places for players to sit to ensure distancing. Teams must designate a dugout coach responsible for ensuring players are seated on the benches when they are not on the fields.
When practice is complete, the leaving team coaches should reset the field. Players and guardians must leave the playing area and field complex upon completion of practice to allow proper spacing of time between next cohort team practice.
Players must bring their own water/beverage to consume during games. No shared drinking fountains or coolers.
Players must bring their own snacks to consume during and after camp. No shared/communal snacks. No sunflower seeds or gum.
At this time, it does not look like we'll be able to accept any more waitlisted players. Due to restrictions this season, we are limited to the numbers we can have out on the fields in order to field practices and eventually games while still meeting the guidelines we have.
Moorpark Little League looks forward to getting back to a normal capacity season and events as we continue to move through this recovery, including planned Summer Sand Lot events, Fall Ball and our Spring 2022 season. More info will be posted on this website in the near future.
Based on the current direction of our county and city, we are all hoping we are on the right path and are slowly getting there with getting field access both with parks and school and have a path forward for being able to compete again by the start of our spring season.
For registered players:
Moorpark Little League is also aware that there is still a lot of uncertainty to the coming season, but are taking a staged approach. We currently can practice in single team cohorts only with a path / plan to play competitvley in March.
While we are anticipating being able to start our competitive season this spring, we are taking a cautious approach as well. Only a $25.00 fee is required per player at time of registration plus registration cost for payment is due after January 27th and will be split into even payments (Feb. and Mar.) We are delaying the registration payment due dates to ensure we have the permission to compete.
The $25.00 fee at time of registration is not refundable and is required in order to pay for the League Charter, League Insurance, annual account costs and other up-front charges required for the league to operate.
UPDATE: The board has approved to update the refund policy. Refunds will now be provided after uniforms are ordered minus the cost of the uniform. All other upfront costs / decisions will not be approved until season play has been approved.
You also have an option to purchase registration insurance at time of registration, this is a 3rd party option that is offered through the company that hosts Moorpark Little League’s registration site. Please read their policy closely if you want to add that to your registration order. Any claims would go through their required process in the event it is needed. Details can be found at the “check out” section of the registration.
If you have any additional questions, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Moorpark Little League Board
Thank you to all of the players who participated in the MPLL T-shirt contest! We had some great t-shirt designs submitted for our first t-shirt contest. Based on voting from our Facebook page, Daniel Sanchez's design won. He will receive a free registration for the 2021 season and a t-shirt with his design!
T-Shirts are now available for purchase at $15 each on this website! Check the team store on the left side of this webpage to begin your order.
MPLL Calendar Spring 2021 Season
October 16th – T-Shirt Design Contest communication (Nov 6 deadline)
October 21st – Communication regarding registration, costs, payment schedule – website, Facebook, email
October 26th – Spring Registration Open – Player $25 fee; and Coach request.
November 7th - T-Shirt Design vote on Facebook
November 14th – T-Shirt Design winner posted / set up pre-order in MPLL Store
December 28th – Finalize Coaches (team numbers, adjust caps per division)
January 8th - Registration Ends / Player Waitlist period begins
January 16th / 17th - Player Evaluations (Farm) (Majors) (Juniors)
January 23rd / 24th - Player Evaluations (AA and AAA)
Thursday, February 4th - Juniors Division Draft
Monday, January 25th - Majors Division Draft
Tuesday, January 26th - AAA Division Draft
January 27th - Registration Payment Plan Start
Wednesday, January 27th - AA Division Draft
Thursday, January 28th - Farm Division Draft
Friday, January 29th - Machine Pitch Draft
Friday, January 29th - T-Ball Draft
Saturday, January 30th - Release Team Rosters
Saturday, January 30th - Coaches Meeting, Clinic and aftey Meeting / Equipment Pickup @ MPLL fields
Monday, February 10th – Uniform / Hat Order
Saturday, February 6th - Practices ok to start
TBD - Umpire training
TBD – Score Keeper training
TBD - Release Spring Schedules
Saturday, February 13th - Field Day - NO PRACTICES ALLOWED
Saturday, February 13th - Waitlist Closed
Saturday, March 6th - Opening Day – First games (no ceremony)
TBD - Picture Day
Sunday, March 14th – Daylight Savings
Mar 28 – Apr 4 – Spring Break
April 4th – Easter
Friday, April 30th - Under the Lights
Saturday, May 1st - Under the Lights
May 3rd – Golf Tournament
Friday, May 7th - Under the Lights (If 6 teams)
May 9th – Mother’s Day
Saturday, May 15th - Final Regular Season Game
May 17th – 28th - Play-off schedule
Monday, May 31st – Memorial Day – (no games 29th-31st)
TBD - All-Stars
Emma and Anthony were the first recipients of the Sgt. Ron Helus Legacy Award!
December 30th was an exciting day for our town of Moorpark. Emma Tolle and Anthony Tamayo were selected to represent and honor the bravery of Sgt Ron Helus. Emma and Anthony were presented with the first ever Sgt. Ron Helus Legacy award and scholarships at the Easton Hit Labratory! The spirit of this award represents Sportsmanship, Commitment, Upholding the Little League core values, Respect to others, and Dedication! Everything that Sgt. Ron Helus represented when he wore his uniform.
Moorpark Little League thanks Karen Helus, Commander John Reilly and Easton for the fantastic experiences with Ryan Braun, Tyler Saladino, Scott Heineman and Tyler Heineman on this special day!
2019 District 13 Champions 2019 Section 1 Champions
2019 Southern California State Runner-Ups
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Moorpark Little League is helping to promote youth activity
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All parents of children involved in Little League Baseball are strongly encouraged to volunteer. As a parent, volunteer, you have the opportunity to spend quality time with your child in a safe, fun-filled environment. Oftentimes, parent and child social lives parallel each other. Volunteering allows your life and your child's life to intersect on common ground, with shared interests and goals.
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Moorpark Little League's main field complex is located at 200 Park Lane. The fields are located on the school grounds of Chaparrel Middle School. The MPLL Complex rules and regulations follow that of the school grounds.
NO DOGS, NO BIKES, NO SCOOTERS, NO SKATEBOARDS, NO ALCOHOL are permitted on the premises at any time.
MPLL strives to maintain an excellent relationship with the school and Moorpark School Disctrict.
We ask that all players, parents, guests and visitors help out by following and communicating the rules and policy with your friends and guests coming to watch the games.
The rules will be strictly enforced. Anyone entering the facility will be asked to leave the premises by a Board Member or Board Member-at-Large if any rules and regulations are not being followed.
Player Safety Message:
We were honored to participate in a segment on Good Morning America with such a great message, thanks to one of our families. Video Link The long term health of our players is a top priority. It's important that all leagues, coaches, parents, and players take care of these developing arms and have fun playing a sport we all love!
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