Baseball Victoria, working with Sport and Recreation Victoria and the associated Victorian Government departments that have been assisting Victoria throughout this global pandemic, continues to prepare for a return to activity and a return to play for baseball.
Clubs are currently reviewing draft fixtures for a planned returned to baseball after a four-week training window, where all baseball players, coaches, officials and volunteers will register to train for free with their club.
Until we are able to confirm the format and official start date for the hybrid 2020/2021 COVID season, we will continue to plan our return to activity, looking first at our options to train.
At this stage, indications from the Victorian Government’s scheduled update on Sunday, 18 October 2020 are positive for Victorians to receive some easing of the restrictions, but it’s not clear how these will apply to sport or if they will be suitable to start club training. We are hopeful that it will allows clubs to continue to prepare club facilities for our imminent return.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us. You can view the Baseball Victoria COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions HERE for details on the current restrictions, health questions, face masks and much more.
As a reminder, the COVIDSafe app is now available and will allow authorities to quickly track and control the spread of COVID-19. Please consider downloading the app to help save lives, protect the community and get baseball back as soon as possible. Click HERE to learn more.