This is a paid piece from the Sioux Falls Sunfish.
Simplified: Sioux Falls Sunfish players are ready to play their first season. But first, they need a place to live.
Tell me more
- The Sioux Falls Sunfish is a new summer collegiate baseball team and part of the Expedition League, which includes a dozen teams from the Dakotas, Montana, Idaho, Nebraska, Wyoming and Canada.
- About 20 host families are still needed to provide players a place to sleep, laundry access and food in a clean, safe environment.
Why it matters
- Without host families, the Sunfish players won't have a place to call home, and may be stuck in temporary living situations like hotel rooms, said General Manager Nick Moen.
"We're in a situation where host families are very much needed," Moen said.
What does being a host family entail?
Host families are asked to provide the following:
- A clean, safe home, including a bedroom, bed, bathroom, laundry access and parking if needed).
- Clear household rules and expectations
- A willingness to communicate with the player and team staff if issues arise.
How do I help?
If you're interested in becoming a host family or learning more, there's an online application here.