Consider a facemask and helmet for children playing baseball and contact sports.

With baseball season wrapping up and most people moving on to football, especially here in Cincinnati.  Consider implementing a 100% helmet and face mask policy for children under 10 playing t-ball and baseball next year.  Implementing a 100% policy will reduce injuries to the head, and virtually eliminate facial injuries.  Check out this article!

“Direct contact by the ball is the most frequent cause of death and serious injury in baseball. Preventive measures to protect young players from direct ball contact include the use of batting helmets and face protectors while at bat and on base, the use of special equipment for the catcher (helmet, mask, chest, and neck protectors), the elimination of the on-deck circle, and protective screening of dugouts and benches.” quote source

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