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Coach's Box - November

Volume 5, No. 8 - November 2010

Coaching: Infield-Proper Positioning

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Little League "Double Goal" Coach Course

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LittleLeagueCoach.org presents "Chalk Talk" by LittleLeagueConnect.org

By LittleLeagueCoach.org

No matter if you are an experienced coach or a parent that was just handed a bag of equipment and told that you will be coaching your son or daughter's team, LittleLeagueCoach.org has something for all levels of coaching.


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How Players and Parents Can Give Back to Coaches

By Positive Coaching Alliance

Little League managers and coaches are some of the most giving people in thousands of communities around the world. Players and parents can give back to those coaches by nominating them for PCA's Double-Goal Coach Award®.


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2011 Camp Dates Are Out!

By Jamie Joy, Manager of Operations

Do you remember going away to camp? It has been a lifetime for me, but what I do remember are the vivid memories of having a great time. Why not team up with Little League next summer and provide your child with this same experience at one of our Little League camps.


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Text of Rule Book Changes Now Available

By Little League Communications Department

Little League International, the world's largest and most-respected youth sports organization, has made the significant changes to the 2011 Policies, Rules and Regulations available in a PowerPoint presentation.



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Using Your Legs Properly When Pitching

By Michele Smith, Two-Time Olympic Champion

As women, the strongest part of our bodies is our legs. Therefore if we want to use our bodies to the fullest of our abilities, we need to use our legs properly when pitching. Leg drive off the pitching rubber is one of the most important parts of the "start" of the pitching motion. The more you use your legs, the more energy and power you will be able to put into the pitch. Let's take a little time and go over some points to help you use your legs more when pitching.


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Stump the Ump

By Operations Department

MYTH #1 - "The batter who batted out of order is out."

After the incorrect batter completes his/her at-bat, and an appeal is made...


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