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Coach's Box - October

Volume 10 | Issue 8 | October 2015 | Archive | CRC
The Value of Players Asking Questions
One of the best ways to teach your players life lessons while striving to win – the two goals of a Little League Double-Goal Coach® – is to get them to ask questions. Many players are reluctant to do so, often because they fear admitting to a gap in knowledge will cost them playing time, or because they are embarrassed to speak up in front of their peers. Read more
Hey, Blue!
The Batter is Out of the Box
Can Make You a Better Coach
Training and Development Doesn’t End With the Season
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Online Education: Little League® University Coming Soon!
We are weeks away from unveiling Little League® University to all of our volunteers. With training videos, practice plans and assortment of other educational and informational content, coaches, and managers will be exposed to learnings that will benefit your league and community. This free educational resource will be available to all Little League constituents including District Administrators, League Presidents and local board members, umpires, coaches, and parents.

COMING SOON! Operating Manual Now Part of Little League® Rulebooks
The 2016 Little League® Rulebooks will include information previously printed in the Little League Operating Manual. Local League officials will receive printed publications that will provide the current Little League Baseball®, Little League Softball®, and Little League Challenger Division® rules and regulations. This year, for the first time, the rulebooks, in addition to the Chartering and Marketing Toolkit and LittleLeague.org, will serve as the resource for direction on the annual operation of a local league.

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Coach's Box | October 2015 | Archive | CRC