How is it that your child gets to play baseball (or any other sport for that matter) if they do not possess superior athletic ability?
Okay, we all know that the kids that are “talented” in the particular sport being played get to show their star qualities. That is great! They are good and they should be allowed to “show-off”!
Now, for the ones that are not the “stars”, how is it that they are mixed in to play the majority of the time? These kids are not superior in their athletic ability, these kids are not even there because they want to be and furthermore, they don’t
even know where their equipment has walked off to most of the time!
We all know that a team that is not stacked, will consist of 5 out 15 players that are superstars. Probably 5 to 7 more that with practice and hard work could become star quality. And then, there are the other few that fall short in the athletic ability. This is okay, who said that everyone has to be an athlete?
Here is my delimea, how do the ones that fall short in atlethic ability and they could care less if they are there or not play such a large portion of the game. Then you have the ones that want to learn, want to get better and just sit patiently waiting to play 10% or less of the game?
I sat and observed, ALL of the ones that play have one thing in common. I am not refering to their uniforms, their haircuts or their favorite food. The one thing that the ones that play the majority of the game have in common is . . .
They have an adult on the sidelines (coaching, if you will) with a hat and jersey that match the team! I got it, if you order a hat and a jersey, get the letters C-0-A-C-H placed on the back and wear them to the game, you can stand on the sidelines and your child can play more of the game! This should work, even if I am female!
Wow, I am so glad I figured this out because I will order me a hat and jersey – JUST MY SIZE!