San Diego League to return to San Diego Christian High School for 2021 season. Neighborhood ballpark hosted 89 games in 52 days from June 15 – August 5 during Coronavirus pandemic
SAN DIEGO – The San Diego League will return to San Diego Christian High School for its 2021 season. Chief Operating Officer Connor Little and Christian Unified Schools Chief Operating Officer Bryan Snow made the joint announcement.
Christian High School is on the campus of the Shadow Mountain Community Church in El Cajon, 20 miles northeast of downtown San Diego. It was home to the 2020 San Diego League season, which featured 89 games in 52 days from June 15 – August 5 during the Coronavirus pandemic. The 2021 season is scheduled for June 5 – August 7.
“Christian High School and Shadow Mountain have been the greatest partners you could ask for, especially during such a challenging time in our State,” Little said. “We shared a vision of finding a safe and responsible way to get student-athletes on the field doing what they should be doing. We executed the plan and we are forever grateful to Bryan and his staff for their unwavering support.”
“The ballpark is perfectly nestled in a quiet area of campus,” Little continued. “With the houses on the surrounding hillsides, it is truly a neighborhood ballpark. When fans are allowed to return to watch games next summer, we will have a family-friendly environment with various seating options for all to enjoy.”
“The San Diego League players, coaches, and staff brought much-needed energy and pageantry to our campus and the community during such a melancholy time,” Snow said. “We look forward to an even more vibrant environment in 2021.”
Christian High School is located 25 minutes east of Pacific Beach and Mission Beach, 30 minutes east of La Jolla, and 35 minutes southeast of Del Mar. Mission Valley, with a hub of hotels centrally located in the County, is 20 minutes away toward the beaches.
The average temperature at Christian High School during the 2020 season was 83.3 degrees. There were just seven days among the 52-day slate with temperatures in the 90s. There were no rainouts or rain delays.
Former Major League Baseball All-Star and current Major League Baseball Players Association Executive Director Tony Clark is an alumnus of Christian High School (1990).