Chin Strap Requirement, News (Hanover Minor Baseball)

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Chin Strap Requirement
Submitted By Jen Dosman on Thursday, July 18, 2019
To All Coaches and Parents,

It is mandatory for players in Rookie Major, Mosquito and Peewee to wear a chin strap on their helmet during all WOBA games.

The only exception is if the helmet has the flap, then they don’t require a strap.  

Please enforce this with your players. The umpires will be watching that players have a strap on their helmet.

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