Job Description --- Coach
Being a Team Manager or Coach
Being a manager or coach requires time, patience, and basic knowledge of the game of baseball. You may be required to attend meetings, instructional sessions, or seminars. You will communicate with the parents/guardians of your players to inform them of any schedule changes, rainouts, and Little League events and activities.
As a manager or coach, you have more interaction with young people than anyone else in Little League. Therefore, it is important that you understand the goals and virtues of the Little League program in order to effectively communicate them to your players. To gain a better understanding of what those goals and virtues are, visit Little League's homepage or speak with your league's president.
Assist the Manager at all games, practices, and activities of the team (job description --- manager)
Advise the Manager on selections during the draft (if applicable)
Conduct drills as directed by the Manager
Help find a parent to act as team parent (job description --- team parent)
Present yourself as a representive of the team in a professional manner during games, meetings, and to the public
Ensure that each player is batting in the correct order (see Roster Notes)
Ensure that the catcher is ready when your team takes the field (unless the player was left on base)
Help with Opening Day Ceremonies (Opening Day Information)
Help with Closing Day Ceremonies (Closing Day Information)