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Fall 2021 Baseball & Softball Registration Now Open!!

League Age Calculator

We know that this whole League Age thing can be confusing, take the guess work about what League Age your child is by using the following link:

http://www.littleleague.org/leagueofficers/Determine_League_Age/League_Age_Calculator.htm

Fall 2021 Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions:

The Bayshore Little League Board of Directors is actively monitoring guidance related to the coronavirus from the City of Tampa, the City of Tampa Parks & Recreation Department, Florida Little League District 6, Little League International, and the CDC. The following frequently asked questions details our on-going response to the COVID-19 situation and will be updated with new information as it becomes available.

  • How long is the Fall 2021 Season?
  • The spring season will run from Friday September 17, 2021 until on or about November 24, 2021. There are no playoffs during the fall season.

  • What Steps is the League Taking to Ensure the Safety of its Players and Volunteers?
  • Bayshore Little League has an approved COVID-19 Return to Activity Protocol that is available on our website, and has been reviewed and approved by the City of Tampa Parks & Recreation department to be compliant. It includes guidance around the use of shared equipment, sanitization, face coverings and modified practices to adhere to social distancing requirements. All participants in the fall season must review and be familiar with these protocols. In addition training sessions will be held for all volunteers and participants.

  • How will Players be organized in the Fall Season?
  • In order to comply with City of Tampa guidelines, teams of ten (10) to twelve (12) players will be established. The Board of Directors (Agents and Commissioners) will organize teams to by league age and skill set taking into consideration coach and friend requests at every level. 

  • Do you recommend players wearing masks during play?
  • Masks are optional but encouraged. The youth sports program should determine if masks should be worn by players after considering local conditions and checking state, local, territorial, or tribal health and safety laws, rules, and regulations with which youth sports organizations must comply. While playing sports, wearing cloth face coverings may be challenging for players, particularly for younger players and youth with disabilities and underlying medical conditions. Cloth face coverings should be worn by coaches, youth sports staff, officials, parents, and spectators as much as possible. Masks are most important when physical distancing is difficult. Therefore, we encourage social distancing as much as possible. People wearing masks should be reminded to not touch their mask and to wash their hands frequently. 
  • Does the CDC have recommendations on how to keep 6 feet between players during practices?
  • CDC does encourage social distancing in youth sports programs, if feasible. For a full list of strategies, refer to CDC’s Considerations for Youth Sports.

Contact Us

Bayshore Little League

181 Columbia Drive 
Tampa, Florida 33606

Phone: 813-555-1212
Email: [email protected]

Bayshore Little League

181 Columbia Drive 
Tampa, Florida 33606

Phone: 813-555-1212
Email: [email protected]
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