1. Are aware that they are ALWAYS an example to those around them.
2. Demonstrate that they have an appreciation of the philosophy of Little League Baseball and cooperate with others in making the program beneficial to kids.
3. Show by example that they respect the judgment and the authority of the Umpire, and instill in their players a respect for authority of adult leaders.
4. Exercise their leadership role adequately but leave the ball game in the hands of the players.
5. Reflect an understanding of the age group being supervised.
6. Provide an equal opportunity for each child to participate.
7. Encourage their players at every opportunity.
8. Familiarize themselves with the home background of the children and their families.
9. Instill a desire to improve the players’ skills and baseball knowledge.
10. Encourage good health habits, good grooming, and respect and care of the uniform.
11. Are instrumental in shaping acceptable behavior in winning and in losing.
12. Assure that parents and spectators understand and adhere to the Code of Conduct.
13. Know the playing rules and regulations of Little League.
14. Are willing to accept the training and advice of the League leaders.
15. Attend coach clinics, first aid and safety training courses of the League.
16. Have an adequate knowledge of the League’s safety program.
17. Are aware that they have been selected by the League after background check.
18. Have regular communications with team families on team expectations, schedules, volunteer opportunities, sharing league information, etc. through team meetings, emails and or text threads.