This is an exciting time for Winter Springs Babe Ruth and we are always looking for more volunteers for our league. WSBR is comprised solely of volunteers and It's only with volunteers and support that we can continue to build our league into an enjoyable, prospering, topnotch league for our ballplayers and their families. Follow the link below to register as a volunteer. Listed below are a number of ways to volunteer with WSBR.
1. Team manager
Being a team manager is a rewarding experience. Managers are in the position to teach players the game of baseball and hopefully, be a role model to them as well. Managers are needed, because without enough, more players will have to be on a team or there will have to be a player waiting list. WSBR's goal is to provide players as much playing time as possible. There are a number of resources and clinics available for managers. Manager responsibilities include:
- Participating in Player Evaluations and Player Draft
- Hold a team parent meeting before your first practice
- Turn in your team's uniform order on time.
- Participate in Opening Day
- Organize team practices
- Plan for and manager team games
- Respond to league officials in a timely manner
- Become familiar with the division rules and other season documentation
- Attend coach's training sessions and skills days
- Manage the conduct of your players, parents and coaches
2. Assistant Coach
Assistant coaches are needed for every team. They help with team practices and games. The more assistants a team has, the better it is for the players.
Scorekeepers are needed for every team. Each game must be scored using a paper or electronic scorebook. WSBR can host scorekeeper clinics by request. Other scorekeeping tips and information can be found in the Documents page of the WSBR website.
4. Dugout Parent
Dugouts must be supervised during games. This ensure the safety of the players, as well as, helps the manager and coaches focus on managing the game. The dugout parent also assists with inning changes such as getting the catcher ready and notifying players of defensive assignment changes.
5. Team Parent
Teams, especially those in younger divisions, benefit by having a designated Team Parent. Their role is to assist the manager with things such as the team:
- snack schedule
6. Community Service
Winter Springs Babe Ruth is a community service registered organization with Seminole County schools. WSBR has opportunities available for students looking for community service hours. The opportunities include assisting:
- with league special events
- teams with practices and/or games
- with game operations
- with league operations
- and more
For more information, contact Justin Hall by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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