Today (Friday, 5/22), NH Governor Chris Sununu announced the phased re-opening of additional sectors of our economy - a part of which included information on amateur and youth sports.
Under new guidance approved by NH's Economic Reopening Taskforce, "youth sports leagues will be allowed to conduct limited outdoor small group/team training sessions." This includes baseball.
While the resumption of team competitions (such as games & scrimmages) aren't approved yet (and nothing has been guaranteed), we believe this is a positive indication there is a favorable chance to host a 2020 season!
The Board of Directors is currently reviewing the guidance issued by the state and will get to work on implementing the necessary changes to our league in order to protect our players, coaches, volunteers and families as best we can. We will also be laying the groundwork for our season in anticipation of additional phases being announced over the weeks to come.
In the meantime, registration remains open for all families who would like to signup their children to play baseball by going to www.hudsonyouthbaseballnh.org. Please pass along this news to anybody you know who might be interested!
We will be making some additional announcements over the coming weeks so please continue to check our website and Facebook page for updates. Let's keep our fingers crossed and hope this momentum keeps going!
Hudson Youth Baseball
Note: In the event conditions in NH change and it becomes necessary to cancel the season entirely, we will be able to offer full refunds to any families who request them regardless of when you completed registration (whether it was prior to the shutdown or more recently).