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2021 WNSL FALL Baseball

The schedule through the weekend of 10/23 has been posted!

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE SCHEDULE

The season will end on 10/30.

 



Help Us Save Field 1, Bob Heriges Memorial Field
UPDATE: The Meeting on 10/5 was not as successful as we had hoped and a final decision has been deferred to a later date




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WNSL and DUGOUT CAPTAIN

Keep your player excited about baseball by doing drills with them at home!




Join the WNSL team at Dugout Captain - drills, lessons and encouragement to help improve your team and player. 
Click here to learn more!

Online Coaching Clinic hosted by Dan Keller of Dugout Captain
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What does the University of Michigan Head Baseball Coach have to say about Travel Baseball?

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Coach Corner

PRACTICE SCHEDULES
The below practice schedules are effective NOW through the end of the season. 

Wookies
Rookies
Minors
Majors

If you would like to add or change your regular practice time, please reach out to [email protected]


Background Check

Each Head Coach must complete a background check. New coaches, please Click here to complete the background check form. If you have coached in a previous season, please only complete a new form if your information has changed. 

If you believe you have a valid check from another season but you are unsure, please contact [email protected] 

Child Abuse Recognition Course

Babe Ruth Baseball, the WNSL's charter organization, requires that each head coach complete a course on recognizing the signs of child abuse and molestation. Please CLICK HERE to complete your course. When completed, please send a copy of your certificate to [email protected]

If you have completed this course previously, you do NOT have to complete it again.




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WNSL COVID-19 GUIDELINES

WNSL COVID EXPOSURE GUIDELINES FOR 2021 FALL SPORTS SEASONS

 

If you or a teammate has been exposed to someone with COVID-19, follow the steps below to monitor your health and avoid spreading the disease to others:

 

How do I know if I was exposed?

 

You generally need to be in close contact with a sick person to get infected. Close contact includes:

• Living in the same household as a sick person with COVID-19

• Caring for a sick person with COVID-19

• Being in direct contact with secretions from a sick person with COVID-19 (e.g., being coughed on, kissing, sharing utensils, etc.)

 Being in close contact with someone who is a case. Close contact is defined as being within 6 feet for a total of at least 15 minutes within 24 hours (either consecutive or cumulative).

 

However, this depends on the exposure level and setting. The final decision on what constitutes close contact is made at the discretion of public health.

• Anyone within 6 feet of an individual with confirmed COVID-19 for 15 minutes or more is required to self-quarantine, regardless of whether or not masks were worn at the time of the exposure. Communicate with Public Health.

• You may receive a call or text from public health if you have been in close contact with someone with COVID-19. They will explain quarantine guidance and answer any questions you have. If you have any additional questions, contact your local health department.

 

Quarantine Yourself

 

• Do not go to work or school, and avoid public places. If possible, get others such as friends or family, to drop off food or other necessities.

 

The WNSL will follow these quarantine release options:

 

10 Day Quarantine: If you do not develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 or have an additional exposure, you may resume normal activities after Day 10.

OR:

 7 Day Quarantine: § If you do not have symptoms and if you test negative by PCR or antigen test on or after Day 5 you may resume normal activities after Day 7.

 

§ You are responsible for securing verification of your negative test results if using this quarantine release option.

• You should continue to monitor yourself for COVID symptoms through Day 10

 

PLEASE NOTIFY SCOTT ([email protected]) IMMEDIATELY IF YOUR TEAM HAS AN EXPOSURE AND NEEDS TO BE TAKEN OFF THE SCHEDULE FOR AT LEAST 10 DAYS (or 7 days if 7 day Quarantine is followed).

The WNSL will automatically remove the team from the schedule for 10 days from the exposure unless the team follows the 7 day Quarantine guide and all teammates receive a test and the tests are negative after 5 days.

 

DO NOT PLAY OR PRACTICE WITH AN EXPOSURE!    

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