**Oceanside American LL Spring 2021 Refund Policy**
If we are unable to play a full season due to COVID restrictions, Oceanside American LL will consider a pro-rated refund of fees, but will not be issuing full refunds. If the season is cancelled before practices start, we will consider a full refund deducting the portion of fees that pays for uniforms already ordered.
We have been continuing to monitor youth sports guidance closely and our President Lydia Martinez is in regular contact with the City of Oceanside, as we enter our Spring Baseball season.
Registration remains openand our plan is to keep everything in motion for our Spring 2021 season at this time, although slightly delayed from our ‘normal’ timeline.
We can confirm that there will be a Spring 2021 season and that will include games in that season if it is possible to do so in a safe way and in accordance with our local governmental guidelines. In the event that we are unable to play games, we will do as we did in the Fall, with practices only and no mixing of teams.
Based on the recent guidance from the California Department of Public Health, Baseball is listed as an outdoor moderate-contact sport. Therefore, we would need to move only one Tier (from the current Purple to Red) in order to return to regular baseball. We are hoping we will start to see some light at the end of the tunnel as we get into February.
For now, we sincerely appreciate your patience as we work through this together. We here at OALL would love nothing more than to see our OALL families back on the fields, having fun and playing games. With that being said we need to do our part to keep everyone healthy and safe, while abiding by City of Oceanside, San Diego County and State health guidelines.
We will provide more updates as soon as they are available. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact our Player Agent, Elizabeth Roby at
Whether you have already registered for Spring or not, we want to keep all lines of communication open and be as transparent as possible.
We are continuing to watch the “SAFER AT HOME” requirements as it continues to develop and look towards direction from local, state, and federal level to adjust our DELAYED SEASON.
The CDC has recently stated that its goal is to have a plan where we can get back to normal activities with modifications.
Governor Newsom states “this can not be a permanent state...” and is actively working on a plan to get us back to normal yet modified activity. In his most recent press conference he has indicated the timeline is more likely in May, but that will yet be determined by CDC guidelines & the City of Oceanside.
We are looking towards that to help us in implanting our plan but continue to focus on the dates possibly in May, as indicated by the San Diego County Board of Health. We continue to build plans, however for later dates if necessary.
We can’t wait to see our kids playing ball and getting back to normal but their safety and health comes first.
We will continue to update you and hope that you and your families are safe and healthy.