Exposed individual has remained asymptomatic since the recent COVID exposure.
Provides documentation of negative results from a test taken on or after the 14th day following the last vaccine dose.
Fairfax County Department of Health COVID Policy
Fairfax County School COVID Policy
Virginia Department of Health COVID Policy
CDC COVID Guidelines
Springfield Babe Ruth League follows the lightning and severe weather policy established by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS).
1.Staff and umpires will monitor local weather conditions before and during games.
2. When thunder is heard or lightning is seen, or information is received indicating lightning strikes within 10 miles of the playing field, play will be suspended and players will be sent to shelter in their vehicles. Play will be suspended for a minimum of 30 minutes. Any subsequent thunder or lightning resets the 30-minute wait period.
3. Any observation of thunder or lightning will take precedence over information from a mobile app.
For current information regarding heat index & heat risks, see https://www.weather.gov/safety/heat-index
The Springfield Babe Ruth League (SBRL) is offering the opportunity for advanced players to play on teams in the Northern Virginia Travel Baseball League (NVTBL). During the league season, the players will have a unique opportunity to play single NVTBL games on Sundays and league games during the week. After the Babe Ruth season, the travel teams will play additional games in NVTBL Travel players will also have the opportunity to vie for positions on all-star teams that will compete in the BR all-star tournamnets. SBRL initiated this travel program in 2016 with the Springfield Sharks 18U team competing in the Varsity Division. In the fall of 2017 a 14U team was added. To these teams we are planning on adding a 13U and a Junior Varsity team in the spring of 2018.
Concussion Information: A concussion is a brain injury that can be caused by a blow or jolt to the head and can change the way the brain normally works. Any concussion is serious whether mild or severe. They can also be caused by a blow to the body that causes the head to move rapidly back and forth and causes the brain to strike the surrounding skull. Concussions most often do NOT result in loss of consciousness - only 10% involve loss of consciousness.
To review the information and training materials on concussions, please see the Centers For Disease Control website at: http://www.cdc.gov/headsup/youthsports/training/index.html