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Thursday, October 15, 2009
How Do You Treat Umpires?
By Chip Lemin
You probably know by now that I like to promote good sportsmanship, and player, fan in the game of youth baseball. There has never been more demand for proper conduct in youth baseball than today.Youth baseball coaches should consider themselves as statesman of the game.Youth baseball gets a black eye by the poor choices of a small majority.Please, as a youth baseball coach,please up hold the honor and integrity of our great game by setting strong examples for players,spectators,and umpires by.....
Don't be a bench jockey. This includes constant riding of the umpires,along with any personal comments about them or other players,coaches, or fans.Sounds like common sense.Well, some coaches need a refresher course.
Make sure you know the rules of youth baseball before you run your mouth. I will have further articles on some common rule disagreements coming up in later articles,along with a site to access for rule information.
Please limit discussions with umpires to the rules, not challenging the judgment of the umpire.
Coaches shall actively use their influence to enhance sportsmanship by their athletes and spectators.
Before and after contests, rival coaches should meet and exchange friendly greetings in order to set the correct tone for the game.
Contest umpires will be treated with respect and supported by the coach.
The coach shall not indulge in conduct which will incite players or spectators against the umpires.
Public criticism of umpires or players is unethical.
Coaches should develop and promote a spirit of cooperation among the baseball family, including sponsors and any person connected with the program. Baseball is a game of fun, designed for enjoyment of youngsters, not to be a hobby for adults coaching them.
Youth baseball needs every coach,player,fan, etc.. to conduct themselves in a civil friendly fashion. Even if opposing side is not. Do not allow your team or fans to be drawn into any type of interaction that is not in the best interest of youth baseball. I know I am giving a lecture here, but it is vital to the continued growth of this great game. Think before you act. I'll do my best this year also.
Thanks Coach Chip
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