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    Cooperstown All Star Village

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    Our Top Priority: You, Our Players, Families, Coaches, Umpires and of course our devoted staff, 

     The latest decision by our state government to not allow overnight camps along with the other restrictions in place will certainly change the Ultimate Cooperstown Experience to the point where we feel it will not have the same wonderful feeling, filled with memories that will last a lifetime. It's important for us to deliver a safe and memorable experience for all in attendance. After considering all the possible alternatives we have regrettably made the decision to cancel the 2020 Season.

    Our hearts and thoughts go out to the families and especially those young athletes that share the same love and passion for the game of baseball. To the players we say keep your chin up, soon you will be back with your friends playing baseball. Stay healthy and safe and be sure to thank all those responsible for trying to keep your American Baseball tradition alive in participating against teams from all across the country and around the world in the Ultimate Cooperstown Experience. On behalf of the staff and management we wish you all a great summer.  Your journey to the birthplace of
    baseball has affected many people who have been anxiously awaiting your presence. Everyone in the greater Cooperstown area wishes you well and for those that can make it next year we will be ready and waiting with open arms. We appreciate the healthcare workers, local communities, and governments who are on the front line working to contain this coronavirus. I want to thank you in advance for putting your trust in Cooperstown All Star Village. We all were hopeful we could play. Players, you should know we gave it our best, it certainly was beyond anyone's control. Players, follow your parents guidance, stay focused in your school work and develop those baseball skills, and maybe one day you will be in the Major Leagues.  

    Coaches, thank you for your support and your patience. A formal cancellation email will be sent to your team contact regarding the refund process. For those of you looking to keep the Cooperstown tradition alive within your organization or community, here is a link https://cooperstownallstarvillage.com/sign-today for the 2021 and 2020 Registration Forms. All teams from the 2020 season are entitled to their Grandfather Certificate, which helps your organization acquire one of your top choices for your 2021 12U team. In order to activate your team’s Grandfather letter you must follow and complete all the necessary registration steps. Umpires, thank you for your support and we hope to see you back in 2021. 

    Finally, we will be hard at work making this facility even more special for 2021 and beyond. 

    Stay healthy and safe and play baseball!

    Sincerly, 

    Martin Patton

    Important Forms

    PLAYERS FORMS

     * Forms that needs to be completed for March 1st: Medical Form, Medication Form, Birth Certificate, CASV Release Form (signatures by a coach, parent, and player on page 2), Parental Authorization and Consent Form, and Park Rules (signatures by a coach, parent and player on page 2). 

    COACH / TEAM FORMS

    * Team Roster Form must be filled out and submitted with second deposit.
    * Coach and Umpire Apparel Form and Players Apparel Form must be filled out and submitted by March 1st.
    * Coach Release Form and Resume Form are due by March 1st. 

    UMPIRE FORMS

    * Umpires must complete the umpire application and CASV release form and submitt these by March 1st.

    Please complete all the necessary forms and mail to:
    Cooperstown All Star Village
    P.O Box 670
    Cooperstown, NY 13326
     
    Any questions regarding these forms please feel free to contact us at 1-800-327-6790, ext. 102 or email us at info@cooperstownallstarvillage.com.

    REGISTRATION FORMS CAN BE FOUND HERE.

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