CHANGE OF PLANS FOR OSHAWA ELITE SPRING TRAINING 2021, News (The Premier Baseball League of Ontario)

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Submitted By Harry Weisdorf on Saturday, February 13, 2021
With the current pandemic situation where it is and the border not expected to be open until later this calendar year, the Oshawa Legionaires Elite annual spring training trips have been cancelled for March 2021.

The 17U and 18U Legionaires teams were set to travel to Orlando, Florida again for their spring training trips while the 15U Legionaires team was scheduled to head to the Ripken Experience Complex in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.  Instead, the 17U & 18U teams will focus on an extended tournament experience in the USA later on in July when it is expected that travel can take place.  While the 15U Legionaires will focus on a similar approach in 2021 yet to be decided. Regular annual spring training trips which are an Oshawa tradition, will resume again in 2022.
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