Housing Information for Cotuit Kettleers Host Families, Players, and Interns
HOUSING INFO FOR HOST FAMILIES
Each summer, one the most important duties of Cotuit Athletic Association volunteers are to find housing for the Kettleers ballplayers and coaches.
If you live in the vicinity of Cotuit, Mashpee, Sandwich, Marstons Mills, or Centerville and would like to have a Kettleers player stay in your home for the baseball season, please contact the housing director: Terry Moran, 508 951 0802
Host families are paid by Cotuit Athletic Association a total $1,050 in installments during the season as a contribution toward food and expenses. If a player should arrive late or leave before the end of the season, the total amount will be prorated.
A host family is required to provide a private bedroom, three meals per day, and access to laundry facilities.
Please remember when considering whether to host a Kettleers player for the summer, that each Cape Cod Baseball League player is bound and governed by NCAA rules and regulations. The Cape Cod Baseball League is sanctioned and sponsored in large part by the NCAA and all players must adhere to said rules in order to maintain their collegiate athletic eligibility.
HOUSING INFO FOR PLAYERS
Room and board for Cotuit Kettleers players is $1,050 for the entire season including post-season weeks. The full amount is due upon arrival.
- Please make checks payable to the Cotuit Athletic Association.
- Checks payable to CAA may be sent prior to the season to: Player Housing, Cotuit Kettleers, P.O. Box 411, Cotuit, MA 02635.
Players who do not have a permanent contract will be required to pay $105 each week in advance on Saturday or Sunday. Once a player signs a permanent contract, the unpaid balance is due and payable. If for any reason a player is not able to pay for room and board upon arrival, arrangements must be made in advance with the General Manager and Coach. If a player arrives late, the amount to be paid will be prorated.
Room and board includes a private bedroom, 3 meals per day and the use of the washer and dryer facilities. All monies received from players are paid to the host families by the Cotuit Athletic Association.
HOUSING INFO FOR INTERNS
Housing is scarce and expensive during the summer on Cape Cod and typically costs $1500-$2000 for the baseball season. The organization cannot guarantee housing for interns but will assist by providing contact information of local housing opportunities as acceptable situations become known to us.
Typical intern housing includes a private bedroom with laundry and kitchen privileges. Food and transportation are not included.
It is critical that prospective interns begin a housing search by late winter or early spring.