Little League offers ‘best practices’ for return

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Memphis Little League President Kerry Cobb rides a lawn mower over the outfield grass at Will Carruthers Park in Memphis.

WILLIAMSPORT, Pennsylvania—Little League is offering youth baseball organizations a pathway forward as they eye a restart amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

The organization released a series of “best practices” guidelines this week that highlight how to create a safe playing environment whenever state and local authorities give youth sports in a given area the all clear to restart. Little League canceled the 2020 Little League World Series and other championships because of the pandemic last month but remains hopeful a regular season may still be possible.

Little League president Stephen Keener said during a roundtable discussion hosted by Republican Sen. Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania on Thursday that it compiled the outline after consulting with medical professionals and receiving guidance from the Centers for Disease Control

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