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1/29/2015 Slide 2 Elite Baseball Program Slide 3 Coach Introductions Coach Durham Coach Gantt Coach Williams Coach Leopard Coach Sanchez Entrust in the coaches- Give us 100% support! Parents You expect 100% out of us and that is what we expect out of the kids! Be the players support system. I and the assistant coaches will push them extremely hard in practice in order to succeed in games. Unfortunately, baseball is the only sport where we cannot freely sub players in and out of games. Please understand that as coaches will evaluate players at practice and determine who will give this team the best chance to win. Please do not badmouth other players and the coaches at home in front of your child. Players will bring that with them when they come to school and practice. Slide 4 The coaching staff and I will have high expectations of the players. This means that they need to have the mindset of coming into the baseball season with the intention of being at every practice and game and giving every bit of effort they can possibly give from themselves and for their team! At no point and time should a player feel as if baseball season is just something I do on the side or I am doing it for someone else. Either they want to be out here and succeed or they need to find something else to do. Slide 5 Philosophy Games are won because of hard work at practice, time in the weight room, and mental toughness. Baseball is not like football or basketball where the largest and fastest teams win, although that helps. Baseball games are won because a team believes in themselves, their teammates, and will never give in or give up no matter what stands in front of them. Life Lessons I want these kids to learn from their experiences in baseball. If they are on time to practice then they will be on time to work when they get out of school If they work with one another for one common goal now then they will do the same in the work force If they learn to respect the coaches and one another then they will respect their bosses and co-workers. Slide 6 C-Team Program Coach Leopard JV Program Coach Williams The Program 1994, 1999, 2012 District Champions 1973,1994,2004 Conference Champions 1973, 1994 Upper State Finals Appearances 1973 State Runner Up Slide 7 Coaches/Parents Recreation Clinic Saturday, January 31 st at 1 pm Any parent in our program is welcome to attend Players cannot attend!!!! Catchers Clinic If any player is interested in catching this year please see Coach Gantt and Coach Durham following this meeting Pancake Breakfast Saturday, March 14 th - 7 am-10am All levels will be involved 50-Inning Game Saturday, April 11th- 10 am Sponsor sheet can be downloaded, filled out, and emailed back to me. Minimum 20 households. Stay away from local businesses unless they are family or close friends. Tell friends and family to come!! Playoffs This is a goal EVERY year and should be a standard in this program Awards Night- TBD Picture Day- TBD Slide 8 Athletic Policy vs. Baseball Team Rules Everything in the athletic policy applies Absent from practice (unexcused) Sit one game Sit two games Possible Dismissal Late to Practice (unexcused) For every minute they are late is two poles Once they are 10 minutes late it is an unexcused absence The second time they are late the poles are doubled per minute The third time they are late they will sit out a game! Profanity At no time am I to hear profanity. If it is heard then player will run the Base Circuit after practice for every word that is inappropriate If this becomes an ongoing problem then it may warrant dismissal Disrespect If you disrespect the coaching staff then depending upon the severity it may warrant dismissal otherwise the player will run the Base Circuit Slide 9 Teacher Email If I receive an email from a teacher the player will run 5 poles at the end of practice ISS If a player gets ISS then the player will run the Base Circuit following practice the day he served ISS OSS This counts as an unexcused absence This falls under the unexcused absence policy If a player receives OSS then he will be suspended the amount of games equal to the amount of days he received OSS up to three. Slide 10 Favorites I show favoritism! My favorites are the ones that show up every day to practice, work as hard as they can, and always do what is asked of them without excuses or complaining! Drug/Alcohol/Tobacco Drug and Alcohol use during a baseball event or trip will result in immediate dismissal from the team. If a player is arrested for drug or alcohol possession outside of baseball or school will immediately be dismissed as well. Tobacco use while at or on a baseball event or at school will result in a one game suspension. The second time will result in dismissal. Player Ejections If a player is ejected during a contest they will be suspended minimum of the next two games and an additional game by the baseball program. If there is malicious contact it is also a minimum of two games with an additional game by the baseball program, but if it is with an umpire they could possibly be suspended the remainder of the year. In the case of an altercation on the field, if any player leaves the dugout they will be suspended a minimum of two games and an additional game by the baseball program. If a player is ejected from a game twice in a season then they will be dismissed from the team. Spectators During a game all spectators are to show sportsmanship at all times. You will be removed if the umpire feels they are being threatened in any way. Remember, just because you do not use profanity towards an umpire does not mean you cannot be removed from the contest. Slide 11 Website Overview www.pendletonbaseball.com Can link to physical forms, Athletic Policy, Parent/Player Agenda, Email Notifications, Pre-Season Tournament Info, Spring Break Tourney Info, Game casts, Varsity and JV Schedules, Stats, Rosters, and Awards and Records Booster Club Representative from Booster Club Join the Booster Club! Field Work Days February 7 th ? Slide 12 Players need to be able to SUCCESSFULLY juggle academics and athletics. When they take on the responsibility of participating in sports they are accepting the task of being able to do both very well. Academics are the most important thing BUT missing practice due to making up work or extra credit shows that they are not using their time wisely. THEY NEED TO BE AT PRACTICE!! They have 30 minutes every day as well as 20 minutes for lunch to meet with teachers to get extra help, make up work, or complete extra credit. Teachers are also willing to meet in the mornings before school. Students with late arrival or early dismissal need not tell me they need to stay after school for extra credit or make up work UNLESS it is the only time they can meet. Use these options first!! Parents please use all options before deciding to pull your son from the team due to grades (examples: cell phones, cars, video games, etc.) Slide 13 No one is allowed to practice until a physical form is turned in and signed off by a doctor Take care of that now!! No physical by the start of practice counts as an unexcused absence If your child has any medical conditions then the coaches need to be aware of it. Also if your son has asthma they need to be responsible to pick up their inhaler from the office everyday before practice or a game. Slide 14 I will email players a practice schedule by 12 pm every day. They need to notify me before 12 pm if they are getting help after school or have an appointment. Players are to wear their practice pants, shirt, long sleeve shirt, socks, and baseball hat to practice everyday! They are not to alter their practice or game uniforms in any way! They are not to wear sweat shirts or hoodies during practice. If practice or a game is cancelled due to rain then I will try and have it announced by 2:45 so that players can call for rides Players need to make every effort possible to be at practice if they do not feel well. I understand if they are vomiting and cannot keep anything down but if they have the sniffles or a slight tummy ache then they need to be at practice. Parents please help me in this matter! Practices will be over between the times of 6:00 6:15 if a practice starts at 4 pm and between 5:45-6:00 if we begin at 3:45. Please have a ride ready for your son when practice ends. Slide 15 Prom (if applicable) We could possibly have a game the day of prom. If we are at home we can decide the time but if we are away we have no control of that. Just FYI!!! Dugouts, Locker Rooms, Hotel Rooms, Field Parents are not to be in any of these areas at any time unless asked by a coach. Cuts The possibility of cuts may occur this year based on numbers. We can only dress a certain number of players. I may also cut if we feel that the person could possibly be hurt based upon their skill set. If your child is cut please understand that it is not personal it is just that they may need to work harder or it may mean they need one more year of improvement. Please speak to your child before cuts and make them understand this. Slide 16 Quitting It seems like this has become the easy thing to do this day and time. Quitting is not the answer to not having much playing time or that someone beat you out for a position. Parents please talk to your child that they need to work hard and compete to win a spot or to earn more playing time. FINISH WHAT THEY START! Dedication to the program! Playing Time and Meetings The assistant coaches and I will not discuss playing time We will be more than happy to discuss things your son can work on in order to improve. We evaluate every day at practice the skills and attitude your son shows. We could possibly change the position your son may want to play but understand we are doing this to tr