We have and will continue to do the following to insure we are compliant with guidelines and doing all we can to make the community as safe as possible:
Diamond Baseball facility continued all cleaning operations throughout the shut down.
All 3 sets of doors at the facility will remain propped open during hours of operation so that clients do not have to open any door.
Hand sanitizer will be available at clients entry and exit.
Plexiglass sneeze guards now cover the front counter. Staff at our point of sale will be masked and gloved. (This is where you pay and schedule future lessons.)
All active cages and pitching labs will have tape on turf to insure the 6-foot social distancing.
Cleaning the facility will continue on a daily and hourly basis.
The lobby will remain closed.
Our goal is to provide a safe and comfortable environment. We take your safety and health very seriously. Until further notice, we will operate as follows:
Employees will be screened daily.
We are Open by lesson only. Please enter the building at time of your lesson so that we can limit numbers in facility.
If you are coming for a hitting lesson, bring bat and batting gloves only. If you are coming for a pitching lesson, bring glove only. No bags.
Players are welcome to wear face masks. Our instructors will wear masks during lessons and keep a safe 6-foot distance.
No high fives or fist bumps, let’s tip our caps for the time being.
Only the scheduled player should enter for lesson. Do not bring any extra guests.
If you or someone you live with has been sick in the past 2 weeks, please wait at least 14 days to reschedule your lesson.
No walk-ins for at least 2 weeks.
Members and Rentals must call to schedule cage/mound time as we are opening up certain blocks of time to limit numbers in the facility.
Pre-pay by phone for all services will be available so that players can go directly to their lesson.
We at Diamond are doing our absolute best to bring back baseball. Please help us to comply with these guidelines. Our success depends on each of us. Wash hands, keep safe distance, and stay home if you don’t feel well. Just like as in baseball – we’re a team, we’re in this together.