Make sure you are staying safe

Updated Rules of the BBC Due to

Please do not come to the facility if you are not feeling well or have any of the following: temperature higher than 100 degree F,  a cough (not due to known cause, such as chronic cough), difficulty breathing or shortness of breath, new loss of taste or smell, a head ache not associated with underlying conditions, muscle or body aches, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea, fatigue when in combination with other symptoms, nasal congestion  or runny nose (not due to other known causes, such as allergies) when in combination with other symptoms

You MUST wear a mask at all times while in the facility, there are no exceptions to this rule Of course if you need a mask break during a workout we ask that you please step aside and stay more than 6 feet away from others while you take a quick break

As of Saturday, December 26 the BBC can not exceed 25% capacity, this means we can not exceed 50 people inside the facility at all times. This number includes clients and staff

For safety purposes, the facility is only open for players, athletes can be dropped off  and picked up at the front door. Instructors will greet their athlete at the front door and be escorted in for program/lesson and then escorted out at the end of their program/lesson 

We can not allow parents to observe lessons or classes

No one will be allowed to participate without a new waiver submitted to BBC

Athletes check in with the front desk. After checking in, go wash your hands thoroughly before any activity for at least 20 seconds

Please refrain from any gum, seeds, tobacco products, or any spitting on the turf

Keep equipment a minimum of 6 feet away from anyone else’s equipment and do not share equipment. Players should use their own helmets, batting gloves, and bats. Please label all equipment with at least first initial and last name

Athletes are encouraged to first bring their own water to workouts and not share it with anyone else. Please label water bottles with at least first initial and last name

If you are not feeling well during activity, please alert a staff member

If equipment must be shared, please disinfect the equipment before and after. Bottles of disinfectant are located at each cage and at the front desk

Before putting balls back into cart, please spray them with disinfectant

After workout it is encouraged that you wash hands again for at least 20 seconds

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Our Facility

We are located at 240 Ivory Street in Braintree. We are between the MBTA and TJ Maxx and Total Wine. The Braintree Baseball Club’s goal is to provide instruction and training for baseball and softball players of all ages and abilities. There are no pitching machines. We are equipped with 6 hitting tunnels. The tunnels are 60 long x 12 wide. Each cage has equipment to use whether you want to do tee work, flip hit or live pitch behind an L-screen.

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