Hey, you in the bleachers…

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  1. Tom Walker says:

    The arm chair or Monday morning quarterback parent does more damage to a youth player than almost anything else they experience, with the exception of a verbally abusive Coach. If you're only there 'For the Glory' of a 9 year old league championship, maybe your best bet is to drop your son or daughter and go grocery shopping for a few hours. Apparently the term 'I'm Living vicariously through my Child' should be on the back of your team T-shirt. You are not only an embarrassment to your self, you embarrass your child and your entire team fan base..

  2. Alice Gerard says:

    Oh my gosh! There are so many people who forget that the kids’ baseball game is a… game! It’s supposed to be fin for the kid. They need to relax, sit back,and cheer for their kid and then say, “I really like the way you (fill in something specific that the kid did, even if it’s just “tried really hard and never gave up”).

  1. August 3, 2017

    […] just stop coaching your kid from the sideline. Your kid has a coach and it isn’t you. (If it is you, you’re in the dugout or on the bench or at first or third base, and by all means, […]

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